Live Q&A: How do we increase the HIV response with limited funds? Oct 12, 2016

Live Q&A: How do we increase the HIV response with limited funds?

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Globally, 20 million people live with HIV but are not getting treatment. They may not know they have the virus or the stigma associated with it or might have been discouraged from seeking medical help. These people are considered the next frontier in the fight to end the epidemic.

UNAids is working towards achieving its 90-90-90 targets by 2020. The goal is for 90% of all people with HIV to know their status, that 90% of all people diagnosed with HIV will receive sustained antiretroviral therapy and that 90% of all people receiving antiretroviral therapy will have achieved viral suppression (whereby the virus is at an undetectable level). Read more.

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