HIV Infections Among Gay And Bi Men Fall By 71% In UK

HIV AIDS diagnosis. Stamp, stethoscope, syringe, blood test and pills on the clipboard with medical report. 3d illustration
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The BBC reports that the number of people diagnosed with HIV in the UK has dropped substantially since 2012, according to figures released by Public Health England, with gay and bisexual men have experienced the most dramatic decline in new infections.

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