Nov 26

With 6630 people newly diagnosed in 2009, this is the fourth year in a row in which the UK has seen a fall in the number diagnosed with HIV, the Health Protection Agency announced today. However the decline has been driven by falls in the number of people who acquired their infection abroad, whereas diagnoses of gay men and other people who acquired HIV in the UK remain stubbornly high.

Moreover the HPA say that there has been no decline in the number of undiagnosed infections over the past decade.

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