Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research

ISSN: 2155-6113

Open Access

Targeted Combination HIV Prevention Packages to Halt the Global HIV Epidemic


Gita Ramjee and Brodie Daniels

Thirty years after the discovery of HIV, the epidemic is still a major health concern with no cure in sight. Globally there are regions with concentrated epidemics where high risk groups drive the HIV incidence rates whereas regions with a generalized epidemic have the population at large at risk of HIV acquisition. Current HIV prevention efforts such as HIV testing and counseling, STI treatment and condom use have not been entirely successful. New biomedical interventions have recently shown to be efficacious in the prevention of HIV in specific populations. It is evident that, depending on the population groups driving the epidemic, countries need to take stock of their HIV epidemic and prepare an appropriate response using a combination of current and new biomedical HIV prevention interventions to minimize HIV incidence


Share this article

Indexed In



tempobet giriş

tempobet giriş


tipobet yeni giriş adresi tipobet e yeni giriş tipobet güncel giriş adresi imajbet giriş adresi

mobilbahis giriş

arrow_upward arrow_upward