Is it ethical to pay adolescents to take HIV treatment?

BMJ Blog, 20 September 2016
Authors: Rebecca Hope, Nir Eyal, Justin Healy, Jacqueline Bhabha
“With treatment, a child with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa can expect to live a healthy life. Better access to HIV treatment is contributing to a global decline in HIV deaths and new infections. Yet in adolescents, the mortality rate is rising – it increased by 30% between 2005-2012 – and HIV is now the leading cause of death among African adolescents. Globally, one in three adolescents with HIV do not take adequate therapy to suppress the HIV virus.”
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