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Infectious Disease 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: