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 stigma – the end is nowhere in sight

    Dr Yusef Azad spoke compellingly at the Hippocratic Post debate, the end of HIV?, on the issues of stigma and discrimination faced by people living with HIV.

    15 May 2018 | The Hippocratic Post
  • Is Ending the HIV Epidemic Possible, and If So, How? IAPAC Meeting in Geneva Takes Stock of Progress and the Road Ahead

    Last week, more than 200 health care providers, researchers, and advocates gathered in Geneva, Switzerland, from across the globe to discuss progress and challenges in turning the tide on the HIV epidemic across the globe at the "Controlling the Epidemic" Summit organized by the International Association of Providers in AIDS Care (IAPAC).

    15 May 2018 | The Body PRO
  • Mumbai fast-tracks AIDS response by spearheading innovations to end epidemic by 2030

    Population growth and fast urbanization, fuelled by sustained immigration and accelerating mobility, are rapidly changing the socio-economic and behavioural patterns of people in big cities.

    20 April 2018 | UNAIDS
  • Test and treat showing results in Uganda and Zambia

    New data show that the test and treat approach is having a significant impact on the number of people accessing HIV treatment.

    06 April 2018 | UNAIDS
  • New CDC director predicts US can end AIDS epidemic within seven years

    The AIDS epidemic in the United States could be ended in the next few years, the new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Protection predicted Wednesday, saying that health officials have all the tools they need to prevent its spread.

    30 March 2018 | STAT
  • Improving Access to Patient Care & Time to Viral Suppression Using HIV Rapid Entry Programs

    The CDC has reported that 44% of individuals who are living with HIV are residing in the southern region of the United States; HIV diagnosis rates are higher in the South than they are for Americans overall.

    22 March 2018 | Contagion Live
  • Separate and Unequal Access Frames Discussion at CROI Panel on U.S. HIV Care Cascade

    Attendees of the Monday, March 5, panel at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) discussing the HIV care cascade were probably expecting your usual set of presentations on what we're getting right or wrong about testing, linkage to/retention in care, and viral suppression. Those elements were there. But what was also clear from every presenter (a group that includes both researchers and medical providers) was that the lack of Medicaid expansion in the South is creating worse racial disparities in the U.S.

    08 March 2018 | The Body Pro
  • There's an uptick in HIV in these millennial groups. Here's why.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just released a report about HIV trends for people under 30 in the U.S., and the numbers show an increase in one particular group: 25- to 29-year-olds. Rates of HIV testing are low among millennials.

    27 February 2018 | Mashable
  • Michel Kazatchkine: Winds of hope on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia?

    Much of the media coverage focused on the intransigence of the government of the Russian Federation to changing its prevention policies around HIV/AIDS. However, this focus also obscures the fact that in Eastern Europe and Central Asia which has been much maligned over the past decade for its slowness in responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, we are now beginning to see strong hints that public health initiatives based on scientific evidence are taking on a legitimacy across the region.

    20 February 2018 | BMJ
  • Vietnam sees drops in new HIV infections for 10th consecutive year

    Vietnam saw decreases in the number of new HIV infections, people living with AIDS and AIDS-related fatalities for the tenth consecutive year in 2017, according to the Ministry of Health.

    05 February 2018 | Vietnam Plus
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