Philippines Must Shift Approach To Preventing HIV Epidemic As Number Of New Cases Grows, UNAIDS Official Says

CNN Philippines: UNAIDS: HIV in PH a ‘fast-growing epidemic’
“With the rising number of people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the Philippines, a United Nations (U.N.) official said the country needs to change its approach on curbing the ‘epidemic.’ ‘(The Philippines is) slipping behind and that’s a very fast growing epidemic and very quickly it’s overtaking other countries in the region in terms of the number of new infections and that’s quite a concern for the country,’ U.N. Programme on HIV/AIDS Regional Support Team for Asia Pacific Director Eamonn Murphy said…” (8/30).

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