AIDS-Related Deaths Among Adolescents Slowing But About 80 Will Die Daily By 2030 Without Accelerated Progress, UNICEF Warns

U.N. News: 80 adolescents a day will still die of AIDS by 2030, despite slowdown in epidemic
“By 2030, around 80 adolescents will be dying of AIDS every day if ‘we don’t accelerate progress in preventing transmission,’ the head of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Thursday. In a report released on Thursday, ‘Children, HIV and AIDS: The World in 2030,’ current trends indicate AIDS-related deaths and new infections are slowing, but the downward trajectory is not happening fast enough…” (11/29).

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