Despite a 26 percent overall reduction in new HIV infections in Asia and the Pacific since 2001, the epidemic is still outpacing regional responses. According to a new UNAIDS report on HIV in Asia and the Pacific, the rate of new infections remains the issue of most concern, with the fastest-growing epidemics in the region among men who have sex with men (MSM). HIV levels are particularly high in this key population, with 15 percent to 25 percent living with HIV, largely in major cities.

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