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PVO ir noraizjusies par HIV vlnu diagnosticanu sievietm
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19.12.2019


Eiropas Savienbas Veselbas aizsardzbas un prtikas produktu drobas komisrs Dr. Vitenis Andrukaitis atzm sekojoo:
"Prk daudz ir cilvku, kas dzvo ar HIV, bet nezina par savu statusu. Jo agrk par savu HIV statusu uzzina vriei un sievietes, jo trk vii vars uzskt antiretrovrusu terapiju un apturt HIV nodoanu dzimumce. Tas noveds pie btiskm pozitvm prmaim to cilvku dzv, kas dzvo ar HIV, gan mains ar viu tuvinieku dzvi. Tpc vl jo svargk ir, lai sabiedrbas veselbas aprpes pakalpojumi nodrointu vieglu pieeju testanai, it pai tiem, kas ir pakauti riskam inficties ar HIV, k ar vius vartu tri pradrest uz rstniecbas iestdm, lai pc iespjas trk uzsktu efektvu rstanu un novrstu tlkas inficanas risku. Mums ir jaktiviz msu kopgie centieni, kas vrsti uz to, lai apturtu HIV epidmijas izplatbu, lai ldz 2030. gadam vartu sasniegt ilgtspjgas attstbas mri."
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Source: WHO | Half of all women with HIV are diagnosed late in Europe | http://www.euro.who.int/en/media-centre/sections/press-releases/2019/half-of-all-women-with-hiv-are-diagnosed-late-in-europe |
Many women in the WHO European Region, particularly those in their 40s, are diagnosed at a late stage of HIV infection when their immune system is already starting to fail. They are three to four times more likely to be diagnosed late than younger women. According to data for 2018 released today by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe, women accounted for one-third of the 141 000 new HIV diagnoses in the Region, indicating that this population needs more attention in Europe's prevention and testing efforts.
The HIV epidemic in the Region is driven by a persistent problem with late diagnosis, and this affects 54% of known cases among women. Such proportions of late diagnoses are partly a result of relatively low HIV testing coverage and uptake in the Region, and are an indication that sexual risks, including HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, are not being adequately addressed with older adults.
Two-thirds (60%) of the HIV diagnoses among women in 2018 were in the age group 3049 years old. Heterosexual sex was the most commonly reported HIV transmission mode (92%) among women in the Region. ...>




 
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