Men aren’t being tested for HIV. How health services can plug the gap: Article in The Conversation by Dr Morna Cornell

August 28, 2018

Men make up slightly less than half of the adults living with HIV across the world. Yet they account for nearly 60% of the AIDS related deaths.

This is one of the observations from the The Lancet Commission on HIV, which looked at the global response to the pandemic. According to the report, the key driver of this gender difference in health outcomes between men and women is that men use health care services less than women, read the report here.

Read more and listen to the follow-up interview with POWER Zone.