17M HIV-Positive People On Treatment Worldwide, With 2M Gaining Access In 2015, UNAIDS Data Show

Science Speaks: Latest UNAIDS numbers shows impacts of inequities — including in program norms
“In time for the United Nations High-Level Meeting that begins next week on the global HIV pandemic, UNAIDS has come out with its latest update of data, that show, the authors say, that ‘ending AIDS’ can be done…” (Barton, 5/31).

U.N. News Centre: Two million more people living with HIV on life-saving treatment in 2015 — new U.N. report
“The number of HIV-positive people taking antiretroviral medicines more than doubled to an estimated 17 million people from 2010 to 2015, with two million people gaining access to the life-saving drugs last year alone, the United Nations agency leading the world’s HIV/AIDS response announced [Tuesday]…” (5/31).

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