We neglect primary HIV prevention at our peril.

  title={We neglect primary HIV prevention at our peril.},
  author={Michael T. Isbell and Nduku Kilonzo and Owen M. Mugurungi and Linda-Gail Bekker},
  journal={The lancet. HIV},
  volume={3 7},
Inspired by a steady decline in new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths, the sustainable development goals call for ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030. However, the world is not on track to end the epidemic. In particular, the pace at which new HIV infections are declining is substantially slower than the fall in AIDS-related deaths, and epidemic control remains out of reach. In 2015, the estimated number of new HIV infections in adults (1·9 million worldwide) was no… CONTINUE READING