In europe More than 130,000 people in Eastern Europe were diagnosed with HIV last year.
The largest number of regional cases has so far been detected, and new cases in Western Europe have been diminished, showing the European Health Infectious Authority (ECDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Considering Western Europe, a reduction of 20 per cent in 2015 is the number of men infected with men of the same sex. The general decline of the region includes, for example, targeted sampling for the early detection of viruses to stop the reproduction of this reproduction.
In total, 160,000 new cases were registered in Europe.