World Health Organization
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Estonia is among 5 European Union/European Economic Area countries with the highest rates of HIV– 24.6 per 100 000 populations in 2013. While the number of new HIV cases has been decreasing in Estonia since 2001, more needs to be done to address shortcomings in HIV/AIDS surveillance, treatment and care in order to halt the epidemic.
These are among the conclusions of a report on HIV/AIDS treatment and care in Estonia presented on 1 October 2014 at a roundtable organized jointly with the Ministry of Social Affairs for national stakeholders.
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