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"Treatment 2.0" is a WHO/UNAIDS initiative that aims to catalyse the next phase of HIV treatment scale up through promoting innovation and efficiency gains. It will help countries to reach and sustain universal access to treatment, and capitalize on the preventive benefit of antiretroviral therapy through focused work in five priority areas: 1) optimize drug regimens; provide point of care diagnosis; 3) reduce costs; 4) adapt delivery systems and 5) mobilize communities.

These priority areas are interrelated and WHO/UNAIDS are working with global partners, technical experts and other UN co-sponsors to implement this initiative in countries, with short-, medium- and long -term targets and milestones.

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