UNAIDS’ targets are for 90% of people with HIV to be diagnosed, 90% of diagnosed people to be taking treatment, and 90% of people on treatment to have an undetectable viral load. Achieving these targets will greatly reduce the spread of HIV.

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  • HIV diagnoses hit seven year low: Australia’s annual HIV figures released today

    There were 963 new HIV diagnoses in Australia in 2017, representing a 7% decline over five years, and the lowest number of new diagnoses in seven years. The reductions were greatest among gay and bisexual men, with a 15% reduction in the past year alone. In contrast, the number of new HIV diagnoses increased by 10% among heterosexuals over the past five years, and HIV diagnosis rates remain almost two times higher in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations.

    24 September 2018 | Kirby Institute press release
  • SF combats rise in HIV infections among homeless

    San Francisco health officials working to end HIV infections and deaths in The City are zeroing in on the homeless population, where there’s been an uptick in new cases.

    11 September 2018 | San Francisco Examiner
  • Focus on HIV-2 Infection: A Clinician Roundtable

    Infectious Disease Advisor interviewed the following experts to discuss the challenges and clinical implications pertaining to HIV-2.

    04 September 2018 | Infectious Disease Advisor
  • Social Determinants of Health Debated at USCA 2018

    To enroll and retain people with HIV in treatment, physicians and HIV care providers need to acknowledge the social determinants of health and the barriers that keep patients, especially young people of color, out of care.

    04 September 2018 | Medscape (requires free registration)
  • Mayor Andy Burnham's £1.3m pledge to tackle HIV

    Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham has committed £1.3m to help stop the spread of HIV in the region. There are currently about 300 new cases of HIV every year in Greater Manchester.

    29 August 2018 | BBC News
  • The New Realism, An Uncomfortable Middle

    Just recently, 16,000 gathered in Amsterdam for the International AIDS Conference—“AIDS2018.” Many leading figures painted a sobering picture: goals for global HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention goals are not likely to be attained, funding has declined, high-level political will is lacking, and there is the risk of a resurgent epidemic. All of which makes for considerable discomfort and uncertainty. We are at a turning point in thinking about what comes next in controlling HIV/AIDS in the coming years.

    21 August 2018 | Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • HIV viral suppression rates nearly triple in US, disparities remain

    HIV viral suppression rates nearly tripled across the United States over the past 2 decades, but disparities among younger patients and black individuals living with HIV remain, according to a study appearing in Annals of Internal Medicine.

    21 August 2018 | Healio
  • The final frontier in the fight against Aids? There is still one region where HIV infection rates are on the rise

    Huge global progress has been made in tackling an epidemic which has claimed over 35 million lives since the 1980s. But there’s one region in the world where infection rates from the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) – the pathogen that causes Aids – have been quietly rising in recent years. The HIV crisis in eastern Europe and central Asia – which gathered pace in the two decades following the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 – has now reached epidemic proportions.

    16 August 2018 | Daily Telegraph
  • Inside Namibia's HIV success story

    Facing one of the highest HIV prevalence rates in the world, Namibia has become the first country in Africa to have more than three-quarters of its HIV-affected population virally suppressed — and insiders are crediting political commitment, good data, and community-centered HIV programs for the remarkable achievement.

    15 August 2018 | Devex
  • New HIV diagnoses in Chicago hit record low

    It appears Chicago is winning the fight against HIV. Chicago saw a 55-percent decrease in people newly diagnosed with the virus in 2016 compared to 2011.

    13 August 2018 | WLS-TV Chicago
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