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HIV often diagnosed too late

Ljubljana, 27 November - Slovenia still has a very low rate of HIV infections, but many of the diagnoses are late an an average of one to five AIDS patients die every year because treatment did not start soon enough, according to data presented at an STA panel on HIV/AIDS.

Ljubljana
The STA hosts a panel ahead of World AIDS Day on the continued stigmatisation of HIV patients.
From left to right: Moderator Jernej Šmajdek, Janez Tomažič of the clinic for infectious diseases at the UKC Ljubljana hospital, Evita Leskovšek of the Public Health Institute and Tanja Povšič of the Ljubljana Friends of Youth Association.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Ljubljana
The STA hosts a panel ahead of World AIDS Day on the continued stigmatisation of HIV patients.
From left to right: Moderator Jernej Šmajdek, Janez Tomažič of the clinic for infectious diseases at the UKC Ljubljana hospital, Evita Leskovšek of the Public Health Institute and Tanja Povšič of the Ljubljana Friends of Youth Association.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Ljubljana
The STA hosts a panel ahead of World AIDS Day on the continued stigmatisation of HIV patients.
From left to right: Moderator Jernej Šmajdek, Janez Tomažič of the clinic for infectious diseases at the UKC Ljubljana hospital, Evita Leskovšek of the Public Health Institute and Tanja Povšič of the Ljubljana Friends of Youth Association.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Ljubljana
The STA hosts a panel ahead of World AIDS Day on the continued stigmatisation of HIV patients.
From left to right: Moderator Jernej Šmajdek, Janez Tomažič of the clinic for infectious diseases at the UKC Ljubljana hospital, Evita Leskovšek of the Public Health Institute and Tanja Povšič of the Ljubljana Friends of Youth Association.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Ljubljana, Maxi klubski salon.
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Evita Leskovšek iz Nacionalnega inštituta za javno zdravje.
Foto: Bor Slana/STA

Ljubljana
The STA hosts a panel ahead of World AIDS Day on the continued stigmatisation of HIV patients.
Janez Tomažič of the clinic for infectious diseases at the UKC Ljubljana hospital and Evita Leskovšek of the Public Health Institute.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Ljubljana
The STA hosts a panel ahead of World AIDS Day on the continued stigmatisation of HIV patients.
From left to right: Moderator Jernej Šmajdek, Janez Tomažič of the clinic for infectious diseases at the UKC Ljubljana hospital, Evita Leskovšek of the Public Health Institute and Tanja Povšič of the Ljubljana Friends of Youth Association.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Ljubljana
The STA hosts a panel ahead of World AIDS Day on the continued stigmatisation of HIV patients.
From left to right: Moderator Jernej Šmajdek, Janez Tomažič of the clinic for infectious diseases at the UKC Ljubljana hospital, Evita Leskovšek of the Public Health Institute and Tanja Povšič of the Ljubljana Friends of Youth Association.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

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