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Carl Schmid on the “game-changer” innovations to help end HIV

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major report issued by the CDC at the end of May. Its conclusion could be summed up in one line: “Hopeful signs of progress in HIV prevention, but gains remain uneven.”The encouraging news is that HIV infections fell 8% from 2015 to 2019.

This is partly due to a big increase in the number of gay men taking PrEP and more HIV-positive people being diagnosed and put on to treatment.However, to put that in perspective, in the United Kingdom, HIV infections fell by 29% between 2014 and 2018 – and that was before PrEP being made available on its national health service.In other areas, progress in the U.S.

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