Carlos Santoscoy | On Top Magazine | November 26, 2015
A week before World AIDS Day, UNAIDS, the United Nations AIDS program. offered some encouraging news.
Estimates show that new HIV infections peaked in 2000 – and have since fallen by 35 percent – while AIDS-related deaths have fallen a startling 42 percent since a peak in 2004.
Additionally, roughly 15.8 million people are currently on HIV treatment. That’s a huge increase from the 2.2 million on treatment ten years ago.