Movement between facilities for HIV care among a mobile population in Kenya: transfer, loss to follow-up, and reengagement

In the island region of Kenya, many patients travel or migrate for their livelihoods, risking treatment interruption. This study examined timely reengagement in care and found that patients who left an island-based HIV clinic in Kenya with an official transfer letter reengaged in care faster than those who were LTFU, although many in both groups had treatment gaps long enough to risk viral rebound.
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