Falling Behind HIV: the Need for Prevention (World IN REVIEW)
By Harvard International Review
- Release Date - Published: 2007-03-22
- Book Genre: Business & Personal Finance
- Author: Harvard International Review
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Since scientists isolated the first known case of AIDS in 1959, the highly resistant HIV has mutated, showing great resilience in the face of various treatments. In 2005 alone, 38.6 million cases of HIV infection were reported worldwide, up from 36.2 million in 2003. In addition, regions, such as the Asia-Pacific, that in the previous decade did not have an AIDS epidemic, have seen a dangerous growth of HIV cases. Though the prevalence of the disease has not yet reached the levels seen in Sub-Saharan Africa, this does not mean that the disease will not have catastrophic effects in the future, especially if national governments and international organizations continue to fail in their efforts to curb the dramatic increases in infection of the last decade. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]
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