Data from: How can we get close to zero?: the potential contribution of biomedical prevention and the investment framework towards an effective response to HIV

John G. Stover, Timothy B. Hallett, Zunyou Wu, Mitchell Warren, Chaitra Gopalappa, Carel Pretorius, Peter D. Ghys, Julio Montaner, Bernhard Schwartländer & John Stover
Background: In 2011 an Investment Framework was proposed that described how the scale-up of key HIV interventions could dramatically reduce new HIV infections and deaths in low and middle income countries by 2015. This framework included ambitious coverage goals for prevention and treatment services resulting in a reduction of new HIV infections by more than half. However, it also estimated a leveling in the number of new infections at about 1 million annually after 2015....
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