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MSF's history and strategy of HIV treatment in Chiradzulu, southern Malawi.

Despite successes, many new challenges lie ahead in HIV treatment.

Treating pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, also increases the chances of preventing the transmission of HIV to their unborn babies.

Patients, who are now on antiretroviral treatment, share their stories when they thought "I'd be dead".

An HIV+ mother speaks about her history living with HIV and a change in outlook when she thought, "Maybe I'll Survive".

MSF's first patient to receive ARVs in Malawi in 2001, speaks about how his life has returned to normal.

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