|Sources and Prices of Selected Drugs and Diagnostics for People Living with HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS, 2001, 36 p.)|
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· HIV-related opportunistic diseases: UNAIDS Technical Update, UNAIDS, Geneva, 1998.
· Standard treatments and essential drugs for HIV-related conditions, WHO, Geneva, (DAP/97.9).
· The Use of Essential Drugs, including the WHO Model List of Essential Drugs (revised 1999). WHO Drug Information, 13(4): 249-262.
· WHO Model prescribing information: Drugs used in HIV-related infections, WHO, Geneva, (WHO/DMP/DSI/99.2).
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· Guidelines on interaction with commercial enterprises to achieve health outcomes (Annex to Guidelines on working with the private sector to achieve health outcomes), WHO, Geneva, 2000 (http:/www.who.int/wha-1998/EBWHA/PDF/EB107/ee20.pdf) (EB107/20; 30 November 2000).
For further information about suppliers or products, contact Technical Services Centre, UNICEF, Supply Division, email@example.com fax +45 35 269421
For further information on HIV test kit evaluations or the bulk procurement scheme, contact Blood Safety and Clinical Technology (BCT), World Health Organization
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For any comments on this document, or additional information that could be useful to this project, please contact:
Technical Services Centre, UNICEF, Supply Division
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Essential Drugs and Medicines Policy (EDM), World Health Organization
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Department of Policy Strategy and Research, UNAIDS
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Campaign for Access to Essential Drugs, MSF
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