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Four‐year Retention And Risk Factors For Attrition Among Members Of Community ART Groups In Tete, Mozambique

T. Decroo, O. Koole, D. Remartínez, Natacha dos Santos, S. Dezembro, M. Jofrisse, F. Rasschaert, M. Biot, M. Laga
Published 2014 · Medicine

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Community ART groups (CAG), peer support groups involved in community ART distribution and mutual psychosocial support, were piloted to respond to staggering antiretroviral treatment (ART) attrition in Mozambique. To understand the impact of CAG on long‐term retention, we estimated mortality and lost‐to‐follow‐up (LTFU) rates and assessed predictors for attrition.
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