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Getting PrEP to those who need it

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Last year we saw a decline in the number of people newly diagnosed with HIV for the first time, after more than 30 years of the HIV epidemic.

The decline has been sustained for a second year, which is a great success and has been driven by falls in the number of new diagnoses among gay and bisexual men, particularly those in London. Achieving this fall was due to the hard work and commitment of many across the system.

A combination of HIV prevention efforts has been a key reason for the decline. Read more….