The challenge of interpreting HIV/AIDS incidence in the EU
This article was originally published in Clinica
There was a 24% drop in the number of cases of HIV infection diagnosed in the EU between 2002 and 2003, from 8,449 to 6,441. And the incidence of new cases of AIDS among EU citizens plummeted from 56.3 per million in 1994 to 14.2 per million in 2003, according to figures from the European Commission's Eurostat service in its just released report on HIV and AIDS in the EU.
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