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Annual epidemiological report 2014 - Sexually transmitted infections, including HIV and blood-borne viruses

The annual report provides an overview of the epidemiology of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, hepattis B and C, HIV, AIDS and syphilis based on 2012 data.

Published
20 February 2015
From
European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
Exploring common contributors to reducing HIV infections

Researchers looking for common factors associated with declining HIV infections in four diverse jurisdictions observed that strong leadership within state and local health departments was the most notable unifying factor critical to programmatic success in each of the two states and two cities studied: North Carolina, San Francisco, Massachusetts and Seattle.

Published
09 February 2015
From
HIV / AIDS News From Medical News Today
Why do new strains of HIV spread slowly?

Most HIV epidemics are still dominated by the first strain that entered a particular population. New research published in PLOS Computational Biology offers an explanation of why the global mixing of HIV variants is so slow.

Published
06 February 2015
From
Eurekalert Inf Dis
No improvements in CD4 count at diagnosis in African patients in last decade

A study by Harvard Medical School has found that the average CD4 count in sub-Saharan African people who are diagnosed with HIV has not risen since 2002.

Published
04 February 2015
By
Gus Cairns
HIV sweeps across eastern Europe amid economic crisis

HIV is spreading at a dangerous rate in nations around the Black Sea, passing a record 100,000 new cases yearly. Hotspots for the HIV rise are Ukraine and Russia - two countries facing economic crisis and armed conflict, factors which could provoke a further surge in the virus.

Published
26 January 2015
From
EUobserver
HIV/AIDS patients in Deep South of U.S. have lower survival rates

A nine-state region of the US South has the nation's lowest five-year survival rate among people diagnosed with HIV or AIDS, according to new research. Fifteen percent of people diagnosed with HIV and 27 percent of those diagnosed with AIDS in 2003-2004 had died within five years of diagnosis. Researchers say poverty, education, health insurance, social stigma and racism contribute.

Published
15 January 2015
From
Science Daily
European HIV response "falling behind" as Eastern European epidemic grows

HIV diagnoses have increased by 80% in the European region since 2004, and three quarters of new HIV diagnoses in the European region are occurring in Eastern

Published
05 December 2014
By
Keith Alcorn
HIV epidemic will spring back without near-universal diagnosis and treatment, says UNAIDS

“Without scale-up, the AIDS epidemic will continue to outrun the response, increasing the long-term need for HIV treatment and increasing future costs.” These are among the opening

Published
01 December 2014
By
Gus Cairns
No decline since 2004: Europe’s HIV response falls short in curbing epidemic

In 2013, more than 29 000 new diagnoses have been reported by the countries of the European Union and European Economic Area (EU/EEA), according to the latest HIV/AIDS surveillance data. Despite advances in medical treatment and HIV prevention options, the HIV epidemic in Europe shows no signs of slowing down.

Published
01 December 2014
From
ECDC
WHO warns on HIV spread in Europe and Central Asia

Figures from the WHO and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) showed that altogether 136,235 people were registered as having been newly infected by HIV in 2013, more than 105,000 of them in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

Published
28 November 2014
From
Deutsche Welle
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