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The Standard Media : declared in Ureport: THE STATE OF HIV AIDS IN KISUMU COUNTY

according to Two-thirds of HIV clinics in the UK do not think there is a current need for specialist care services targeted at older adults, investigators report in HIV Medicine.
Investigators wanted to see if UK clinics were developing services for older patients and what form these services take.
Close to 50% of all patients accessing HIV care in the UK are now aged 45 years or older.
Only 23% of centres reported a need for specialist ageing services; these were in development at three clinics.
A web-based questionnaire was sent to all 182 clinics providing HIV care in the UK.

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According to the Kenya HIV Estimates 2015, HIV prevalence in Kisumu is 3.4 times higher than the national prevalence at 19.9%.
The HIV prevalence among women in the county is higher (21.2%) than that of men (18.3%) indicating that women are more vulnerable to HIV infection than men in the County.
Kisumu County is among the top 4 counties leading in HIV prevalence in Kenya.
Women in Kenya are more vulnerable to HIV infections compared to Kenyan men, with the national HIV prevalence at 7.0 % for women and 4.7% for men as per the 2015 HIV Estimate report.
According to National AIDs Control Council, about 1.5 million people were living with HIV infection at the end of 2015.

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