Success in containing and treating HIV among people injecting drugs in the UK has stalled in recent years

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Lack of progress heightens the potential for outbreaks

Despite the United Kingdom’s successful containment of HIV infection among people injecting drugs, progress towards lowering HIV prevalence and improving HIV care and treatment uptake within this population has stalled in the past ten years.

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Source : Aidsmap

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