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HIV Diagnoses in Young Gay and Bi Men Increased Between 2008 and 2016

During this period, diagnoses rose 3 percent annually among 13- to 29-year-old men who have sex with men, according to the CDC.

02 October 2018
Number of Chinese HIV and Aids patients rise by 14 per cent

More than 100,000 new year-on-year cases recorded, most of which were sexually transmitted.

01 October 2018
South China Morning Post
US: HIV Diagnoses Up Among Younger MSM

From 2008 to 2016, the annual number of diagnoses of HIV infection among MSM ages 13-29 increased 3%, but declined 4% among ages 30-49, and remained stable for MSM ages ≥50, reported Andrew Mitsch, MPH, of the CDC, and colleagues.

24 September 2018
Medpage Today
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
New study finds HIV outbreak in Indiana could have been prevented

An HIV outbreak among people who inject drugs in Indiana from 2011 to 2015 could have been avoided if the state’s top health and elected officials had acted sooner on warnings, a new study by the Yale School of Public Health finds.

14 September 2018
Yale News
HIV rates have risen in Northern Ireland - while dropping across rest of UK

Northern Ireland was the only UK region to see a rise in HIV rates last year.

10 September 2018
Belfast Live
Annual HIV report highlights disparities, declining numbers

The San Francisco Department of Public Health presented its latest HIV epidemiology report to the Health Commission Tuesday, September 4, showing that while the number of new infections continues to decline, African-Americans and homeless people have persistently higher infection rates and poorer outcomes.

06 September 2018
Bay Area Reporter
Minister's empty words on HIV will not fill financial void

Public health minister Steve Brine, perhaps rather optimistically, claims the figures show the country is well on its way to eradicating HIV “once and for all”. But the scale of the cuts to public health funding raises questions over what more could have been done up until now and whether the current encouraging performance can be maintained.

04 September 2018
Local Government Chronicle
Atlanta 4th in nation for new HIV diagnoses, CDC says

Local health officials said African-American men and women in Atlanta are disproportionately impacted by the epidemic.

31 August 2018
WSB Atlanta
The CDC Predicted An Opioid-Driven HIV Outbreak. Now It's Found One In Massachusetts.

An HIV outbreak in Massachusetts has grown to 129 confirmed cases, state officials said, an alarming cluster largely driven by drug users sharing needles.

28 August 2018
BuzzFeed News
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Community Consensus Statement on Access to HIV Treatment and its Use for Prevention

Together, we can make it happen

We can end HIV soon if people have equal access to HIV drugs as treatment and as PrEP, and have free choice over whether to take them.

Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

The Community Consensus Statement is a joint initiative of AVAC, EATG, MSMGF, GNP+, HIV i-Base, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, ITPC and NAM/aidsmap

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