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US Healthcare Newsletter  |  October 4th 2015

Update from the WHO: HIV treatment should start ASAP the world over as it is practiced in the US. Standards had been more relaxed in terms of how much time patients should let pass before seeking treatment, according to the report.

Anyone potentially exposed to the virus should receive the same drug regimen, according to the global public health group, which said the changes could help avert 21 million AIDS-related deaths and 28 million new infections.

The New York Times looked broadly at how many patients stand to receive medication and how much money the WHO would need to cover this kind of sweeping treatment: millions and billions, respectively.


In other news:

1. Freuds heads agencies launching UN's Global Goals campaign today
2. Makovsky brings on MSLGroup's Denise Vitola in new MD position
3. 6 questions for Clinton Foundation CCO Craig Minassian about the Clinton Global Initiative
4. McDonald's adds another White House alum to comms roster

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