U.K. Reaches U.N. Goal Of Diagnosing, Treating 90% Of People Living With HIV In Country

The Guardian: U.K. meets U.N. target in drive to end HIV epidemic
“The U.K. has hit a significant U.N. target on the way to ending the HIV epidemic by succeeding in diagnosing and effectively treating more than 90 percent of people with the virus. Public Health England said there were an estimated 102,000 people with HIV in the U.K. last year, of whom eight percent — 8,200 — were believed to be unaware of their infection…” (Boseley, 11/29).

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