Safety of HIV medications – new podcast out now

In focus / 04 May 2022

Henry Zakumumpa from Makerere University School of Public Health airs his research on HIV care and treatment strategies in Uganda and the need for more robust pharmacovigilance.


With the right care, people infected with HIV can lead long and healthy lives. But as with any life-long medical treatment, it is important to acknowledge and manage any side effects.  

In the latest episode of Drug Safety Matters, Henry Zakumumpa from Makerere University School of Public Health tells podcast host Federica Santoro about the potential harms of new HIV therapies and the challenges faced by pharmacovigilance specialists in Uganda. 

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