The HIV epidemic in the US could be over within the next decade, if key milestones including decreasing the number of annual new cases to 12,000 by 2025 are reached, according to a study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. "While these targets are ambitious, they could be achieved with an intensified and sustained national commitment over the next decade," study co-author David Holtgrave said.
Study: New HIV cases could be cut significantly in US by 2025
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