For decades now, HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, has been a serious medical threat.
Most of those infected with the virus live in the developing world, but developed countries still carry a fair share of the burden.
Globally, over 35 million people are infected. In the United States, it is believed that 1.2 million people are suffering from the disease, and 14% of them do not know it.
This article looks at the reasons behind recent statistics, which seem to indicate a decline in the rate of HIV infections in the country.
Is HIV on the retreat in America?
Studies show that over the last decade, HIV infections have dropped by a third.
In 2002, out of … Read More