Study Shows Future Increase Hypertension and Decrease in HIV Prevalence in South Africa and Kenya

Hypertension Increase

Researchers at the Brown University School of Public Health have just published the results of their modelling study modelling prevalence, morbidity, mortality and health system burden — that is how many people should be in treatment in order to meet national goals of disease coverage – of HIV and hypertension. The study was led by Ms. Brianna Osetinsky, PhD candidate in the Department of Health Services, Policy, and Practice at Brown University and was published in Health Affairs.

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