Hope in South Africa As HIV Infections Cases Decline

New HIV infections in South Africa have fallen by 44% in the last five years according to the Human Sciences Research Council Study released in July 2018. The study also reveals that almost three-quarters of South Africans between the ages of 15 and 64 infected or living with HIV know their status and are on antiretroviral treatment.

Patient being tested for HIV.

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