Among People Who Inject Drugs, HIV Incidence Not Declining, 99% Do Not Have Access To Adequate Harm Reduction Services, UNAIDS Report Says

UNAIDS: Promises to improve health outcomes for people who inject drugs remain unfulfilled as 99 percent do not have adequate access to HIV and harm reduction services
“A report released [Wednesday] by UNAIDS shows that despite a decline in new HIV infections globally, HIV incidence is not declining among people who inject drugs … The report also shows that 99 percent of people who inject drugs live in countries that do not provide adequate harm reduction service coverage…” (3/13).

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