Theirs was an eight-year study that tracked adolescents born with HIV and continuing to live positively the virus. The Mzantsi Wakho study has been recognised for the Social Responsiveness Award and Dr Hodes, a researcher in UCT’s AIDS and Society Research Unit, which straddles the faculties of Humanities and Health Sciences, shares further insight on this collaborative work that was conducted in the Eastern Cape.
For more information on Dr Hodes and the Social Responsiveness Award for which she was recognised during UCT’s virtual graduation celebration on 14 March 2020, visit the graduation feature page.
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