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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Epidemiological Situation of HIV/AIDS in the EU and its Neighbouring Countries: Epidemiological Situation of HIV/AIDS in the EU and its Neighbouring Countries German Presidency Conference Responsibility andamp; Partnership – Together Against HIV/AIDS 13 March 2007 Zsuzsanna Jakab Director, ECDC 25 years into the HIV epidemic: Mid – late 1980s: HIV response in western Europe 25 years into the HIV epidemic 1981: first AIDS cases described 1996: Highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART) 25 years into the HIV epidemic: 'Total media coverage of HIV/AIDS increased during the early 1980's, peaked in 1987, and declined steadily through 2001.' From Kaiser Family Foundation 2004 press release on AIDS at 21: media coverage of the HIV Epidemic 1981-2002* [* Following US based media] 25 years into the HIV epidemic Presentation outline: Presentation outline Geographic and time trends Populations at highest risk Implications for public health Adults and children estimated to be living with HIV in 2006: Total: 39.5 (34.1–47.1) million Source: UNAIDS/WHO Adults and children estimated to be living with HIV in 2006 Slide6: New AIDS Cases, deaths among persons with AIDS andamp; people living with AIDS, 1986–2005, EU Data adjusted for reporting delays * Excluding Andorra, Netherlands and Norway: data not available for the whole period Slide7: New HIV diagnoses in the EU andamp; EEA/EFTA countries, 2001-05 Slide8: 10 77 3 11 15 9 467 54 11 130 35 6 127 17 9 247 4 18 243 14 HIV cases per million andlt; 20 20 - 99 100 - 199 200+ 251 99 77 148 27 43 26 52 102 75 30 55 50 52 5 Not available 100 Source: EuroHIV New HIV diagnoses reported in 2005 per million population, Europe Slide9: New HIV diagnoses in the EU15 and EEA/EFTA countries, 2000-05 Note: the graphs are on a different scale! Slide10: New HIV diagnoses in new EU Member States, 2000-05 Note: the graphs are on a different scale! Slide11: New HIV diagnoses in EU neighbouring countries 2000-05 Note: the graphs are on a different scale! Slide12: Source: EuroHIV Predominant mode of HIV transmission, cases reported in 2005 Heterosexual contact Men having sex with men Injecting drug users Data not available Slide13: New HIV diagnoses by mode of transmission, EU, 1996-2005 * Countries with data available for the whole period: Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom. Slide14: * Countries with data available for the whole period: Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom. New HIV diagnoses in persons infected through heterosexual contact, EU, 1996-2005 Age at HIV diagnosis by sexCases reported in the EU in 2005: Age at HIV diagnosis by sex Cases reported in the EU in 2005 Median age at HIV diagnosisby country: Median age at HIV diagnosis by country Median age at HIV diagnosis in the EU: 35 years Slide17: Men having sex with men MSM are the group at highest risk for acquiring HIV in many countries; HIV prevalence: 5 - 15%; HIV incidence: ~3% per year; Multiple epidemics of other STI (syphilis, gonorrhoea, LGV); Resurgence of high risk sexual behaviours. Slide18: New drugs andamp; new technologies influencing high risk sexual behaviours in men having sex with men Viagra Crystal methamphetamin Internet Injecting Drug Users: Injecting Drug Users Steady declines in unsafe injection practices and HIV prevalence in most western European countries; BUT HIV prevalence remains very high (andgt;25%) in eastern Europe and in some cities of western Europe; Very high prevalence of hepatitis C (andgt;60%). Sex workers : Sex workers Major transformation in the sex industry worldwide; Western Europe: Relatively low HIV prevalence, andlt;2%; Little effect on the initial spread of HIV; HIV remains highly associated with drug use; Shift to a primarily migrant workforce; Eastern Europe: Close relationship between sex work and IDU. People living with HIV: People living with HIV The number of people living with HIV keeps increasing; In the EU, an estimated 30% of people living with HIV are not aware of their infection; These people disproportionately contribute to the spread of HIV. Slide22: Awareness of Serostatus Among People with HIV and Estimates of Transmission ~25% Unaware of Infection ~75% Aware of Infection People Living with HIV/AIDS: 1,039,000-1,185,000 New Sexual Infections Each Year: ~32,000 Accounting for: ~54% of New Infections ~46% of New Infections Marks G, Crepaz N, Janssen RS. Estimating sexual transmission of HIV from persons aware and unaware that they are infected with the virus in the USA. AIDS. 2006 Jun 26;20(10):1447-50. Migrant populations: Migrant populations Slide24: % from a country with a originating generalised epidemic among heterosexually infected persons diagnosed with HIV in 2005 Source: EuroHIV Conclusions: Conclusions HIV remains a major public health problem both in the EU and in neighbouring countries; Priorities for prevention in the EU Increasing uptake of HIV testing and counselling; Strengthening prevention and care in high-burden countries; Developing innovative prevention approaches for men having sex with men; Providing specific services for migrant communities; HIV is a global epidemic and the EU response needs to be seen in this context. Thank you ! Zsuzsanna JakabDirector, ECDCinfo@ecdc.eu.int : Thank you ! Zsuzsanna Jakab Director, ECDC email@example.com You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.