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According to HIV in the UK statistics 2017 from the National AIDS Trust, it’s estimated there are 101,600 people living with HIV and 92% of these people are diagnosed - this still means that around 1 in 12 people living with HIV in the UK do not know that they have the virus. 98% of people diagnosed with HIV in the UK are on treatment. 97% of those on treatment are virally suppressed, which means they can't pass the virus on. Of all the people living with HIV in the UK (diagnosed and undiagnosed), 87% are virally suppressed.
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Looped In | National AIDS Trust | 4 Jun 2019 | 1m 11s
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