Despite major in-roads in its prevention and management, the HIV pandemic continues to impact some of the world's most vulnerable populations. In 2016 an estimated 36.7 million (34–40 million, estimated boundaries) people were living with the HIV; fewer than half were in receipt of effective treatments, and around about a third were not aware of their infection. The combination of prevention efforts and high-quality HIV care is beginning to produce encouraging declines in new HIV diagnoses in the UK, as well as fewer AIDS cases and HIV-related deaths. Sustained efforts could lead to elimination of local transmission of HIV.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Medicine (United Kingdom)|
|Publication status||Published - May 2018|
Bibliographical notePublisher Copyright:
- HIV epidemiology
- new diagnoses