New Delhi: Apr 04, 2011
India, home to the world's third largest AIDS population, has registered a 50 per cent dip in the number of new cases registered annually, according to the latest United Nations report. According to a report on AIDS released on Friday, the number of new infections has come down from 24,000 per year in the beginning of the decade to 12,000 per year at present. "The world has started to reverse the spread of HIV, the investments are paying off," UNAIDS India Coordinator Charles Gilks said releasing the report.
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