State teams up with pharmacists to get 400,000 Kenyans tested for HIV

"The programme will establish the community pharmacy as a primary healthcare center to support government efforts to fight HIV/Aids." /FILE
“The programme will establish the community pharmacy as a primary healthcare center to support government efforts to fight HIV/Aids.” /FILE

The government will work with 4,000 pharmacists to drive self-testing of HIV among Kenyans. Read More

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