HIV Situation in Thailand

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     HIV Situation in Thailand

       According to AIDS case and HIV infected report in Thailand (15 November 2011), the Bureau of Epidemiology reported that there were 376,690 AIDS cases
(256,571 male cases and 120,119 female cases), and 98,721 AIDS deaths. The trend of AIDS cases and deaths has been declined since the previous times because the
antiretroviral therapy (ART) helps patients to have longevity and better quality of life. According to AIDS case and HIV infected report in Thailand (15 November 2011),
the Bureau of Epidemiology reported that there were 376,690 AIDS cases (256,571 male cases and 120,119 female cases), and 98,721 AIDS deaths. The trend of AIDS
cases and deaths has been declined since the previous times because the antiretroviral therapy (ART) helps patients to have longevity and better quality of life. (Figure 1)

Figure 1 Distribution of Reported AIDS Cases and AIDS Death Cases by Years of Diagnosis in Thailand, September 1984 – November 15, 2011.

       Most AIDS cases were labor and reproductive age (15-59 years of age) to 93.95%, finding the most in age of 30-34 years to 24.97%, 25-29 years to 21.73%, and
35-39 years to 18.19% respectively. Most AIDS cases were labor and reproductive age (15-59 years of age) to 93.95%, finding the most in age of 30-34 years to
24.97%, 25-29 years to 21.73%, and 35-39 years to 18.19% respectively.
Most AIDS cases were labor and reproductive age (15-59 years of age) to 93.95%, finding the
most in age of 30-34 years to 24.97%, 25-29 years to 21.73%, and 35-39 years to 18.19% respectively.


 
      

       
 
     
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