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  •     WHO/HIV/2012.24   Annex  3:  GRADE  notation  and  language     Grade  Methodology  Notation   Interpretation   Language  used  in  the  Guidelines   Strong  recommendation  for   The  panel  concluded  that  the  availability   and  quality  of  relevant  scientific  evidence,   together  with  data  on  cost  and  feasibility   issues,  and  community  preferences  and   values,  were  enough  to  categorically   support  the  intervention  under  review.   An  intervention  is  recommended   (or  We  recommend….).     Strong  recommendation  against   The  panel  concluded  that  the  availability   and  quality  of  relevant  scientific  evidence,   together  with  data  on  cost  and  feasibility   issues,  and  community  preferences  and   values,  were  enough  to  categorically   recommend  against  the  intervention  under   review.   An  intervention  is  not   recommended  (We  recommend   against…).     Conditional  recommendation   for   The  panel  concluded  that  the  availability   and  quality  of  relevant  scientific  evidence,   together  with  data  on  cost  and  feasibility   issues,  and  community  preferences  and   values,  were  not  enough  to  categorically   support  the  intervention  under  review.   However,  benefits  may  outweigh   costs/risks,  and  this  intervention  should  be   considered  in  light  of  locally  relevant  needs,   resources  and  priorities.   An  intervention  is  suggested  (or   We  suggest…).   Conditional  recommendation   against   The  panel  concluded  that  the  availability   and  quality  of  relevant  scientific  evidence,   together  with  data  on  cost  and  feasibility   issues,  and  community  preferences  and   values,  were  not  enough  to  categorically   recommend  against  the  intervention  under   review.  However,  costs/risks  may  outweigh   benefits,  and  the  decision  on  whether  or   not  to  implement  it  should  be  made  in  light   of  locally  relevant  needs,  resources  and   priorities,  particularly  if  better   interventions  are  not  available.   An  intervention  is  not  suggested   (or  We  suggest  against…).          
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