New HIV data released on 15 November by Public Health England shows that for the first time since the beginning of the UK epidemic, the number of HIV diagnoses in gay and bisexual men has fallen, with a decrease of 21% to 2,810 in 2016 from a high of 3,570 in 2015. The decline in new HIV diagnoses in gay and bisexual men is particularly apparent in London, where diagnoses decreased by 29%.
The drop has been even more dramatic at Dean Street. PRIME members have seen a massive fall in HIV transmission. In the last 18 months new diagnoses have fallen by 80% at Dean Street.
Let’s get to ZERO. What better time to make a commitment to reducing HIV infections in London than on World AIDS Day, 1st December.
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