jueves, 11 de diciembre de 2014

AIDS: Progress towards the "Global Tipping Point"

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In 2013, after more than three decades of the fight against HIV/AIDS, the world reached a dramatic tipping point. 

For the first time in the history of the pandemic, more people were added to antiretroviral treatment than the number who became newly infected with HIV in that same year – a milestone that signified “the beginning of the end of AIDS”. 

Sub-Saharan African Countries’ Tipping Point Ratios 

To calculate a country’s tipping point ratio, we divided the number of people newly infected with HIV in 2013 by the number of people newly added to treatment. When that ratio is equal to or less than 1.0, a country has reached or surpassed the tipping point. (Descargar informe)
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