HIV/AIDS in the United Kingdom
In 2011, the prevalence of HIV in the United Kingdom was estimated at 96,000, with an estimated 6,840 (in 2007) people were newly diagnosed HIV positive, which was a decline of around 12% from the 2005 figure of 7,800. In total 23,596 have developed clinical AIDS. 17,932 people have died with HIV being diagnosed, of which about 80% have been confirmed as AIDS related. 2,700 of the new new infections were in the men having sex with men (MSM) group.
There have been 706,000 HIV tests taken in the UK in 2006, which was a rise in testing from a figure of 629,000 in 2005 showing that effective testing was being more accepted.
See also 
- Ensuring Positive Futures
- Tainted blood scandal (United Kingdom)
- Positive Life
- UK Coalition of People Living with HIV and AIDS