The evolving epidemiology of HIV/AIDS

@article{Cock2012TheEE,
  title={The evolving epidemiology of HIV/AIDS},
  author={K. D. De Cock and H. Jaffe and J. Curran},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2012},
  volume={26},
  pages={1205–1213}
}
Following its recognition in 1981, the HIV/AIDS epidemic has evolved to become the greatest challenge in global health, with some 34 million persons living with HIV worldwide. Early epidemiologic studies identified the major transmission routes of the virus before it was discovered, and enabled the implementation of prevention strategies. Although the first identified cases were in MSM in the United States and western Europe, the greatest impact of the epidemic has been in sub-Saharan Africa… Expand
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