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Last year's 34 million people in the world were reported with HIV Move.

In the world, were reported last year, 34 million people carry HIV. UN agencies struggle with developments in the treatment of AIDS, according to UNAIDS this year's report, has reduced the death rate from AIDS. Experts in the report that greatly increase the number of people living with HIV

stated, stressing that it was a better opportunity to reach the main reason for treatment.

Compared to 2009 increased by 3.3 per cent of people living with HIV, the virus was noted that change with the number of new closed 2.7 million.

In the report, a decrease of 5.3 percent was noted that the number of deaths from AIDS fell to 1.8 million.

UNAIDS official Michel Sidibe, "until a few years ago, seemed to imagine in the short term to indicate that the end of the AIDS epidemic, but science, political support and community answer given by the concrete and is starting to be precise results," he said.

The number of people living with HIV worldwide in 2009, while 32.9 million in 2010, this number increased to 34 million. The number of HIV-infected last year by region as follows:
Sub-Saharan Africa: 22.9 million (22.5 million in 2009), South Asia and Southeast Asia: 4 million (4.1 million in 2009) East Asia: 790 thousand (770 thousand in 2009) Latin America: 1, 5 million (1.4 million) in North America in 2009: 1.5 million (1.3 million in 2009) Central and Western Europe: 840 thousand (2009'd 820 thousand) in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: 1.5 million (1.4 million) in the Caribbean in 2009: 200 thousand (240 thousand in 2009), the Middle East and North Africa: 470 thousand (460 thousand in 2009), Oceania: 54 thousand (57 thousand in 2009).

The number of new HIV cases last year by region as follows:
Sub-Saharan Africa: 1.9 million (1.8 million in 2009), South Asia and Southeast Asia: 270 thousand (270 thousand in 2009) East Asia: 88 thousand (82 thousand in 2009) Latin America: 100 thousand (2009 'the 92 thousand) North America: 58 thousand (70 thousand in 2009) Central and Western Europe: 30 thousand (31 thousand in 2009), Eastern Europe and Central Asia: 160 thousand (130 thousand in 2009) Caribbean: 12 thousand (17 thousand in 2009), the Middle East and North Africa: 59 thousand (75 thousand in 2009), Oceania: 3 thousand 300 (4 thousand 500 in 2009)

Because HIV worldwide stated that approximately 1.8 people died. The number of deaths from HIV last year by region as follows: Sub-Saharan Africa: 1.2 million (1.3 million in 2009), South Asia and Southeast Asia: 250 thousand (260 thousand in 2009) East Asia: 56 thousand (2009 'the 36 thousand) Latin America: 67 thousand (58 thousand in 2009) North America: 20 thousand (26 thousand in 2009) Central and Western Europe: 9 900 thousand (8 thousand 500 in 2009), Eastern Europe and Central Asia: 90 thousand (76 thousand) Caribbean in 2009: 9 thousand (12 thousand in 2009), the Middle East and North Africa: 35 thousand (24 thousand in 2009), Oceania: 1600 (1400 in 2009).