The number of deaths from aids divided by two since 2005

The number of deaths from aids divided by two since 2005

The report added that previous year, 19.5 million of the 36.7 million people living with HIV globally had access to treatment and AIDS-related deaths have fallen from 1.9 million in 2005 to one million.

New HIV infections rose by 60 percent in eastern Europe and central Asia, and deaths by nearly a third from 2010 to 2016.

According to the report, there has been trial of one new HIV vaccine efficacy trial, while another would hold this year. The report includes more than one detailed analysis of the progress and challenges to achieve the '90-90-90 Targets, ' which establish that 90 percent of the HIV people know their serologic situation, receive continual antiretroviral therapy and have the possibility to access viral suppression.

The idea behind the 90-90-90 target is to diagnose 90% of people who are HIV positive; get 90% of the diagnosed HIV+ people on antiretroviral treatment, and 90% of those on antiretrovirals should be virally suppressed.

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A total of 36.7 million people are living with HIV infection according to a 2016 survey, on which this report is based.

"India is the country where most new HIV infections are occurring in the Asia-Pacific region".

"The Affordable Care Act has actually been incredibly important in helping even more people access care, treatment and prevention with respect to HIV", Warren said. India has 2.1 million people living with HIV, with 80,000 new infections annually, as of 2016.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) today expressed disappointment in the trend at UNAIDS to release estimates of the number of people living with HIV that seem inflated.

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Exceptions within these regions show that "when concerted efforts are made, results happen", the report said, noting that in Algeria, Morocco and Belarus have all significantly increased HIV treatment access rates. In 2016, over two thirds, i.e. 70% of all individuals are aware of their HIV status.

"We need to proactively address the rising levels of resistance to HIV drugs if we are to achieve the global target of ending AIDS by 2030", warned the United Nations agency's Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

Northern Africa and the Middle East are two additional problem areas. The number of new infections is still too high and, as we continue to expand lifesaving HIV treatments we need a stronger focus on prevention, human rights and gender. Since 2010, there has been a dip in AIDS-related deaths by 42% and new infection cases by 29%, including 56% decline in new infection in children over that period.

UNAIDS said globally there has been significant progress, but "there is still more work to do".

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By 2020, states the plan, 90 percent of infected people must know their status, of whom 90 percent must be on treatment.

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