More Than 18 Million People Now Have Access To Lifesaving HIV Drugs
That's 1 million more people than last year.By Briana Altergott | November 21, 2016
The United Nations has some promising news in the fight against AIDS.
According to a new report from UNAIDS, more than 18 million people around the world have access to lifesaving HIV medications. That's about a million more than last year.
If this trend continues, officials say they hope that the number of people receiving treatment will increase to 30 million by 2020.