HIV groups urge action as number of cases jumps 10 per cent
Oct 20, 2013 (The Sydney Morning Herald - ABIX via COMTEX) --
There has been an increase of 10% across Australia during 2012-13 in the number of new human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) cases. New South Wales (NSW) in particular was affected, with a rise of 25%. David Wilson of the Kirby Institute at the University of NSW also notes that there are now many HIV infections among 20-year-olds, whereas previously the largest group were those in their late 30s and early 40s.
Publication Date: 21 October 2013
UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. KIRBY INSTITUTE
AUSTRALASIAN SOCIETY FOR HIV MEDICINE
NEW SOUTH WALES. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF HEALTH OFFICER
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