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Infectious Disease and Vaccines

Infectious Diseases and Vaccines
  • Infectious Diseases and Vaccines

In 2012, the Public Health Agency of Canada estimated that there were approximately 71,300 people living with HIV (including AIDS) in Canada in 2011, 25% of whom were unaware of their infection (due to a lack of testing and/or diagnosis).1

The annual number of reported AIDS cases in Canada has decreased steadily since 1993, largely as a result of the introduction of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) in 1996.1

Janssen’s research has yielded a portfolio of HIV medications that offers options to a broad range of HIV patients.

1. Public Health Agency of Canada. At a Glance - HIV and AIDS in Canada: Surveillance Report to December 31st, 2012. Available at: