HIV Infections Are Rapidly Decreasing Worldwide

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Sex Dating Statistics Show Rapid Decrease Involving HIV Infections

As you may all know, today is World AIDS Day and according to a recent sex dating stat report, HIV-related infections and deaths are rapidly decreasing.  Since 1997, cases involving new HIV-related infections have drastically been reduced by 21 percent and the deaths from AIDS-related illnesses have all decreased by 21 percent since 2005.  Although the numbers are still high, many countries around the world such as Africa and Asia  have also experienced significant drops in regards to the AIDS epidemic giving hope to adult dating relationships everywhere.

Dating Study Proves There Is Much Improvement In Once AIDS Plagued Countries

This week, a recent dating study announced that the numbers are drastically decreasing for AIDS-related infections and illnesses in once AIDS-plagued countries.  The statistics show that in sub-Saharan Africa the number of new HIV infections has dropped by more than 26 percent, from the height of the epidemic in 1997, followed by a significant one-third drop in South Africa, the country with the largest number of new HIV infections in the world. The number of new HIV infections in South and South-East Asia also dropped by more than 40 percent between 2006 and 2010. While in India new HIV infections fell by a radical 56 percent.

2011 Is A Game-Changing Year For The AIDS Virus

Although 2.7 million people have been infected with new HIV infections last year, these new sex dating statistics are proving that people are practicing far more safe sex than previous years for the numbers of AID-related deaths and illnesses have decreased significantly.  There are currently over 35 million people today living with the HIV virus and thankfully, the numbers are decreasing.



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