The estimated global HIV prevalence in prisoners is 3%. In some settings, the HIV prevalence in prison is 15 times higher than in the general adult population.
New HIV infections among children in Asia have fallen by over 25% in the last fifteen years thanks to improved HIV testing and treatment for pregnant women. The number of expectant women living with HIV receiving antiretroviral treatment doubled between 2014 and 2010.
As people living with HIV grow older, they have a greater chance of developing certain types of cancers compared to the general population.
HIV-positive people have a much higher risk of certain cancers than the general population. Here are some ways to help improve your chances of avoiding cancer.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has today released new HIV treatment guidelines recommending all people living with HIV be on antiretroviral treatment (ART), regardless of CD4 count.
While adolescents and young adults are about as likely as older people to be linked to care after being diagnosed with HIV in the United States, less than a third were retained in care or started antiretroviral therapy (ART).