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“World AIDS Day 2023 Highlights Ongoing Battle Against HIV/AIDS”

"World AIDS Day 2023, Global Remembrance and Awareness Efforts Continue on December 01. HIV/AIDS, one of the most challenging infections, remains a historic and devastating global health concern." 
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World AIDS Day 2023, Global Remembrance and Awareness Efforts Continue on December 01. HIV/AIDS, one of the most challenging infections, remains a historic and devastating global health concern.”

“A Call to Strengthen the Resolve in the Ongoing Battle Against HIV/AIDS. Commemorating the global effort since the discovery of AIDS in 1981, with its first identification in Chennai in 1986 and the discovery of HIV in 1983 by French scientists.”

Over 35 Million Lives Lost to HIV/AIDS. Since the first case detected in India in 1987, the global fight against HIV/AIDS continues, underscoring the importance of ongoing awareness and research efforts.”

World AIDS Day 2023 Aims to Raise Resources, Awareness, and Support for HIV/AIDS. The focus is on combating stigma, and discrimination, and advancing national AIDS control programs to address the challenges faced by individuals and communities affected by the infection.”

The main objective is to raise resources for HIV/AIDS activities, to raise awareness about the problems arising out of this infection in the individual and in the community, to support those infected with HIV and to reduce the stigma and discrimination they are experiencing, and to draw everyone’s attention to the national AIDS control programs with a focus on the development of HIV/AIDS. rewrite in news format and describe in news format.

 

“Karnataka Ranks 9th in AIDS Cases, Slightly Above National Average: National AIDS Control Organisation Data. Nagaland Tops the List with 1.61%, Karnataka at 9th Position. The majority of cases are in the 15-49 Age Group. HIV Test Positivity Rate in Karnataka Shows Decline Since 2017.”
“At Present, Dakshina Kannada District Records 10,431 AIDS Patients; 209 Cases Detected from April to October This Year. Less Than 300 Patients in the Last 5 Years, Reveals District Health Officer Dr. Thimmaiah. Over 7,49,494 People Tested in the District in the Last 17 Years.”

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