Published: Sat, July 22, 2017
Health Care | By Jan Bell

AIDS-related Deaths Decrease Significantly in Myanmar

AIDS-related Deaths Decrease Significantly in Myanmar

"PARIS| One million people died of aids-related illnesses in 2016, which is nearly half less than in the peak of deaths was reached in 2005, according to a United Nations report published on Thursday, which says that" a turning point has been crossed".

Eastern and Southern Africa are showing the most progress, reducing AIDS-related deaths by 42 percent and new HIV infections by almost 30 percent since 2010, the report said.

Deaths linked to AIDS have dropped by half in the past decade, according to a new report.

The report "Ending AIDS: Progress towards the 90-90-90 targets" says that of the 36.7 million people with HIV, 19.5 million had access to treatment past year. While it can be contained with a daily regimen of antiretroviral therapy, there is no cure.

Last year, there were 36.7 million people around the world who were living with the virus that weakens the immune system and can lead to AIDS.

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Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda and Zimbabwe have cut new infections by 40 percent or more since 2010. The report states that "although important progress has been made in improving access to medicines for people living with HIV, insufficient availability and poor affordability of essential medicines in low- and middle-income countries remain major barriers".

In the MENA region, the annual number of adults and children dying due to AIDS-related illnesses increased from an estimated 3,600 in 2000 to more than 11,000 in 2016. These 10 countries itself accounted for more than 95% of the total new HIV infections in the region in 2016.

He added that continued commitment and support from the government, donors, worldwide and national nongovernmental organizations, community networks and HIV support groups is crucial in achieving the country's HIV response targets.

21 de julio de 2017, 00:22Paris, Jul 21 (Prensa Latina) For the first time since AIDS was discovered in 1981, there are more people in the world with treatment to fight that disease than those without it, a report by the organization UNAIDS revealed.

In 2016 the figures were 70%, 77% and 82% respectively.

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On the contrary, the progress against the set targets is trailing in Middle East, North Africa, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

"Donor government funding for HIV continues to be on the decline", said Kaiser Family Foundation Vice President Jen Kates, Director of Global Health and HIV Policy.

Young people, who are at particular risk of HIV, are also falling behind - on knowledge of HIV, on HIV testing, and on treatment and prevention.

The results, based on data from the end of 2016, also show that programs supported by the Global Fund partnership provided 4.3 million pregnant women with antiretroviral medicines to prevent the transmission of HIV to their unborn children.

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