TY - CHAP A1 - Osaro Erhabor A2 - Oseikhuemen Adebayo Ejele A3 - Chijioke Adonye Nwauche A4 - Chris Akani A5 - Eyindah Cosmos A6 - Dennis Allagoa A7 - Edward Alikor A.D. A8 - Ojule Aaron C. A9 - Hamilton Opurum A10 - Orikomaba Obunge A11 - Seye Babatunde A12 - Nnenna Frank-Peterside A13 - Sonny Chinenye A14 - Ihekwaba E. Anele A15 - Teddy Charles Adias A16 - Emmanuel Uko A17 - Agbonlahor Dennis E. A18 - Fiekumo Buseri I. A19 - Zacheus Awortu Jeremiah A20 - Wachuckwu Confidence A21 - Obioma Azuonwu A22 - Abbey S.D. A23 - Onwuka Frank A24 - Etebu Ebitimi N. A25 - Seleye-Fubara D. A26 - Osadolor Humphrey ED1 - Eugenia Barros Y1 - 2011-10-26 PY - 2011 T1 - Challenges Associated with the Effective Management of HIV Infection in a Low Income Setting in Sub Saharan Africa: Case Study of Nigeria N2 - The past few decades have seen the escalation of HIV-infections and the 'frantic' search for new drugs to treat the millions of people that live with HIV-AIDS. However because HIV-AIDS cannot be cured, but only controlled with drugs, and the Antiretroviral (ARV) treatment itself results in some undesirable conditions, it is important to generate wider awareness of the plight of people living with this condition. This book attempts to provide information of the initiatives that have been used, successfully or unsuccessfully, to both prevent and combat this 'pandemic' taking into consideration the social, economic, cultural and educational aspects that involve individuals, communities and the countries affected. BT - HIV-infection SP - Ch. 9 UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/19500 DO - 10.5772/19500 SN - PB - IntechOpen CY - Rijeka Y2 - 2019-09-15 ER -