Stigma, Discrimination Prevent People Living With HIV From Seeking Treatment, UNAIDS Report Shows

U.N. News Centre: HIV-related stigma, discrimination prevent people from accessing health services — U.N.
“People living with HIV who experience high levels of stigma are more than twice as likely to delay enrollment into care than people who do not perceive such stigma, a United Nations report released [Tuesday] reveals…” (10/3).

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