BIHOTZ, February 27, 2019 (Health news) – The fight against new HIV has lost steam in recent years, shows a new report.
After approximately five years, new HIV infections were reduced in 2013, approximately 39,000 infections were detected, United States of Disease Control and Prevention.
Why slow down Effective prevention and treatment of HIV is not the best benefit, according to the CDC.
These precautions and treatment deficiencies stand out in rural areas and in the South, and blacks and Hispanics are causing inadequate influences.
The report has reduced HIV infections in some groups, but in others it has increased. Between 2010 and 2016, HIV infections were stable among gay and bisexuals, most of the new infections (70%).
But infectious trends have been altered by race, ethnicity and age.
Infections remained stable among all gay men and bisexual men, the growth of 30 percent among gay and bisexual men, and a 16 percent decrease among all gay and bisexual men.
Infections have been reduced by more than 30 percent among men and gay bisexuals between the ages of 13 and 24 and between men between 13 and 24 between men and gay bisexuals. Meanwhile, 65 to 34 year old men and bisexuals are black and Hispanic.
Infections decreased by 17% among male and female heterosexual men, including a 15% decrease in heterosexual black women.
Infections have fallen by 30% among injecting drugs, but it seems to have stabilized in recent years, according to a report released on Wednesday.
"After a long decade, the path to eradicating the American HIV epidemic is clear," said Dr. Eugene McCray, Director of HIV / AIDS prevention at CDC.
"Expand efforts in the country will shut down gaps, overcome threats and disturbing trends," said the news agency.
On February 5th, the president of the State of the Union, Donald Trump, called for a national plan to diagnose it as early as possible; treat HIV quickly and efficiently; Protecting people at risk from proven preventative measures, including a daily pill to prevent liver infections; To respond rapidly to the growth of cluster of HIV infections.
The initiative is designed to accelerate the use of these strategies in 48 countries in 48 countries, the highest liver load in Washington, DC; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and seven states with an imbalanced HIV-positive medication.
Local efforts have increased the good results, according to the CDC. The public health officials in New York and Washington state health centers set up mobile plans to eliminate and eliminate HIV epidemics. Between 2010 and 2016, new HIV infections were reduced by 23% in New York, while around 40% of Washington fell, D.C.
According to Trump's proposal, the aim is to reduce the number of new liver infections over the past decade over 10 years.
"We have a historic opportunity to improve the accuracy of prevention," said Dr. Jonathan Mermin, director of the CDC's National HIV / AIDS Center, Hepatitis B virus, ETS and TB Prevention.
"This infusion of the resources will last the American HIV epidemic to history pages," added Mermin.
The States of Disease Control and Prevention Centers have intensified HIV Risk and Prevention.
POPULATION: United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, release, February 27, 2019