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A Plan For Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Including National Aids

Sexually transmitted diseases will be included for the first time in the National AIDS Plan, as the final communities and the Ministry of Health, and whose goal is to reduce the percentage of people who are not aware that they are infected which will stimulate early diagnosis.

  1.  The goal is to reduce the percentage of people who are not aware of being infected.

     2. In Spain, there are about 150,000 people with HIV, but 30% do not know.

     3. The group most at risk, homosexuals aged 20 to 35 years.

Sexually transmitted diseases will be included for the first time in the National AIDS Plan, as the final communities and the Ministry of Health, and whose goal is to reduce the percentage of people who are not aware that they are infected which will stimulate early diagnosis.

So he advanced director and head of the National Plan on AIDS, Elena Andrade’s, shortly before the meeting with leaders of regional plans for the fight against AIDS. You can use JCPenney Credit Card Login to get a proper credit card according to your need.

"For the first time is constituted not only the vision of prevention and control of HIV infection but sexually transmitted infections," said Andrade’s who ensured that the decision adopted jointly with communities “after several months of work ".

The goals pursued by the Plan reduce the incidence of new infections and promote early diagnosis of HIV and sexually transmitted infections.

In Spain, it is estimated that there are about 150,000 people infected with HIV, which equals 4 per thousand of the adult population, of which 30% is unknown, it is infected.

Given these figures and the stabilization of the infection in Spain, "what worries us more - explained Andrade’s - is the late diagnosis of infection" whereby, together with the Plan, the Ministry has developed a "Guide to recommendations for early diagnosis of HIV ", to reduce the number of HIV-infected and undiagnosed people.

For the drafting and elaboration of the aforementioned guide counted with the contributions of the autonomous communities, learned societies and NGOs working in this field.

Andrade’s showed his confidence in carrying out the ministry and communities agreed by both documents, so next week are approved by the National Coordinating Council and monitoring AIDS prevention programs and, subsequently, to raise them to the next plenary session of the Inter-Territorial Health Council can start to apply them in 2014.

The deputy director of health promotion and epidemiology of the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, also assured that "continuous monitoring absolutely" is done in the communities so that all people who are infected HIV have the diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

Not only is this disease indicated, but others for whom control is needed to be "fully diagnosed and treated".

Also, the Plan will influence in the fight against discrimination against people infected with HIV.

To do this, Dr. Andrade explained, the Ministry is collaborating with the NGOs of "update" a Pact whose objective is the reduction of stigma and discrimination of infected persons.

In all autonomous communities and scientific societies

He explained that the National AIDS Plan will be implemented by all the autonomous communities and that for the early diagnosis of the recommendations will be made to reach all scientific societies and health centers.

The Guide said is an "excellent tool" that will encourage early detection as well in hospitals and primary care centers that are recommended to consistently offer to test for HIV at higher risk.

In this sense, the profile of those most at risk has changed significantly over the last three decades, and now the most common route of transmission is sexual and the highest risk group of gay men aged 20 to 35.

Regarding the budget of the Plan, Andrade’s recalled that the position in the Plan is 3.5 million euros.

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