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HIV/AIDS

07 July 2010

HIV infections decreasing: TAC

The number of new HIV infections in South Africa could be on the decline, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) said.

The number of new HIV infections in South Africa could be on the decline, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) said.

This could be because the epidemic hit a 'natural peak', because of increased availability of drugs to combat the virus, and prevention efforts. "However, the contribution of these and other factors is speculative and more research is needed to understand this better," said the TAC.

 

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