Despite our decade-long efforts, HIV infections have continued to rise, most noticeably among young men who have sex with men (MSM). Drug abuse, inconsistent condom use, inadequate testing and coverage of treatment, and discrimination against at-risk groups are key factors for this worrying trend.
The Advisory Council on Aids has just released its Recommended HIV/Aids Strategies for Hong Kong (2017-2021), setting out its updated measures for key populations. MSM and people living with HIV are two primary targets. Read more via South China Morning Post