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HIV incidence and prevalence estimates for British Columbia and Canada in 2018

Background

HIV prevention continues to be a public health priority in British Columbia (BC). Incidence and prevalence are two measures of disease frequency used to inform our response to the HIV epidemic. Incidence is the...

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HIV incidence and prevalence estimates for British Columbia and Canada in 2016

Background

HIV prevention continues to be a public health priority in British Columbia. Incidence and prevalence are two measures of disease frequency used to inform our response to the HIV epidemic. Incidence is...

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BC trends in sexually transmitted infections (STI) for 2016

Genital chlamydia

In 2016, the rate of genital chlamydia increased to 317.6 (15,057 cases) per 100,000 population in British Columbia (BC), continuing the overall provincial trend of a steady increase since 1998.  The...

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BC trends in HIV for 2016

Cases

In 2016, the rate of new HIV diagnoses in British Columbia (BC) was 5.1 (241 cases) per 100,000 population which is identical to the rate in 2015 (240 cases).  The highest rates of new HIV diagnoses were in Vancouver...

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In the news! Commonly asked questions about STIs

The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) is often asked to comment on infectious diseases in the province. Questions about sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are common, and often get attention from both the public...

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