AIDS Stabilising in South Africa

A national study has found that South Africa's AIDS epidemic appears to be stabilising with infections among children and teenagers declining

A national study released this week has found that South Africa's AIDS epidemic appears to be stabilising, with infections among children and teenagers declining.

"There are promising findings of a changing pattern of HIV infection among children and youth," says HSRC chief executive officer, Olive Shisana.

"The good news is that the change in HIV prevalence in children is most likely attributable to the successful implementation of several HIV-prevention interventions," she said.

To read the article titled, “AIDS stabilising in South Africa as new cases drop among youth: study,” click here.

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