Reducing the burden of disease: Communicable and not Communicable
Game changing year: Zero new HIV infections; Zero discrimination; Zero AIDS-related deaths.
In observing World AIDS Day 2011, aim of this year's theme is to have the achievement of Zero New HIV infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS-related deaths. manycountries around the world came together to observe this day on 1 December 2011.
Below you will find a London report with the fight against AIDS by bringing it down to ZERO.
LONDON (Reuters) - The international community has made extraordinary progress in the past decade in the fight against AIDS, but a funding crisis is putting those gains at risk, the United Nations health agencies said on Wednesday. A World Health Organization-led report said the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes AIDS and now infects about 34 million people around the world has proven a "formidable challenge" for scientists and public health experts. "But the tide is turning," it added. "The tools to achieve an AIDS-free generation are in our hands.
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