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18:11  10 may  2019
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HIV Cases Continue To Rise In The US© jarun011/Getty Images The scientific community has been conducting a number of studies and tests in the past years to find a cure or at least a treatment to prevent the spread of HIV across the world. In the U.S., an effective treatment is already available in the market but the nation's HIV epidemic remains persistent.

The federal government reports 40,000 new infections every year. The figure raised concerns among health experts as physicians have already been providing pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, which is considered an effective tool to prevent the spread of the virus among high-risk individuals.

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The USA is the greatest funder of the global response to HIV , but also has an ongoing HIV epidemic itself, with around 37,600 new infections a year.2 Stigma and discrimination continue to hamper people's education began to rise again in the following years and stood at US million in 2016.58.

AIDS-related deaths continue to rise in these countries, in contrast to most other regions. Limited access to treatment. “This dramatic surge in HIV cases would not be so worrying if we knew that countries were gearing up their response,” said Mr Martin Donoghoe, Programme Manager for

The reason behind could be how physicians receive training to check HIV cases and to prescribe treatment, according to a new study of more than 200 Internal Medicine residents. Researchers found that 96 percent of the participants were aware of the availability of PrEP, but majority of them admitted to having poor knowledge of the medication.

"I think we know now that if we train people, they'll do it," Christopher Terndrup, lead author of the study and assistant professor of medicine in the OHSU School of Medicine in Portland, Ore., said in a statement. "We just need to make sure that's happening."

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HIV cases have increased by nearly 5,000 in the UK. The steep rise in the number of syphilis infections from 1,641 to 2,254, has occurred against a backdrop of several localised Nick Partridge, chief executive of sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust, said: " We 're at a crossroads - if we

The findings, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, come from the analysis of data from internal medicine residents at five academic medical centers across the U.S. Researchers suggested that the centers nationwide should improve training to help prevent or slow down the spread of HIV.

"Given the significant need for PrEP, [internal medicine] residents should be trained to achieve adequate knowledge and comfort levels to prescribe it," the researchers noted in the study.

In their study, the participants who rated their knowledge of the medication showed a greater likelihood of prescribing PrEP to patients in the future.  The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recently issued its draft recommendation encouraging physicians to offer PrEP with effective antiretroviral therapy to people who are at a high risk of acquiring HIV. The decision follows a 2018 report from the CDC that showed an outbreak among a homeless population living in Seattle in the past year.

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The rate of new HIV infections among women in Wisconsin continues to grow although the state 's overall number of new cases has remained stabile In the 1980s, women accounted for just 6 percent of Wisconsin’s HIV cases . Christina Colon, an executive at the Aids Resource Center of Wisconsin

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