More Effort Needed To Reach LGBT Communities With HIV Prevention, Treatment Strategies, UNAIDS Report Notes

Inter Press Service: LGBT Communities Silenced in HIV Reduction Efforts
“…In a new report, published ahead of the upcoming High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS, the Joint U.N. Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) found immense gains in access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) across 160 countries. However, UNAIDS noted that HIV reduction and prevention efforts must be scaled up since many so-called key groups such as LGBT communities are still not being reached…” (Yakupitiyage, 6/2).

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