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UN Forum on AIDS (3:00PM-5:00PM, 7th April 2010) - 2010/4/2

Theme: China – The AIDS Epidemic and Response and UNGASS 2010

UN Forum on AIDS (3:00PM-5:00PM, 6th November 2009) - 2009/10/30

Theme: HIV Prevention and Sex Work, Reproductive Health and Gender

UN Forum on AIDS (3:00PM-5:00PM, 6th August 2009) - 2009/7/28

Theme: Reaching Vulnerable Migrant Workers in China Venue: UN Large Conference Room, 2 Liangmahe Nanlu, UN Compound

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 30 April 2009 - 2009/4/28

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS is scheduled to take place on 30 April (Thursday) from 15:00 to 17:00 at UN large conference room.

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 25 February 2009 - 2009/2/19

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS (ETG), 25 February (Wednesday) 15:00 to 17:00, at UN large conference room.

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 3 December 2008 - 2008/11/13

The next meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on AIDS will be held on 3 December at UNDF, 15:00-17:00.

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 24 September, 2008 - 2008/9/16

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 24 September, 2008 from 15:00-17:00

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 20 June, 2008 - 2008/7/24

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 20 June, 2008 from 15:00-17:00

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 27 March, 2008 - 2008/7/24

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 27 March, 2008 from 15:00-17:00 at UNDP

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 31st Juanuary, 2008 - 2008/7/15

Meeting of the Expanded Theme Group on HIV/AIDS, 31st Juanuary, 2008 from 15:00-17:00 at UNDP

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KEY DATA

The cumulative number HIV positives reported at the end of October 2007 was 223,501, including 62,838 AIDS cases and 22,205 recorded deaths. in 2007, the Ministry of Health, UNAIDS and WHO has prepared this updated assessment of the AIDS epidemic in China. The estimation result showed by the end of 2007, aproximately 700,000 are now HIV positive (range 550,000-850,000). The HIV infection rate among China's population is 0.05 per cent (range 0.04-0.07%). The estimated number of AIDS cases is 85,000 (range 80,000-90,000). The estimated new HIV infection in 2007 are 50,000 (range 40,000-60,000) and there are estimated 20,000 AIDS-related deaths (range 15,000-25,000). Among the living HIV positives, 40.6 per cent were infected through heterosexual transmission.

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E-magazine "One Goal One Dream — of a World without Stigma, World AIDS Day 2008"

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