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Figure INF-2. HIV infections newly diagnosed in injecting drug users, by year of report, by country, cases per million, number of newly diagnosed HIV infections and population sizes 2002–2007. EU countries, Croatia, Turkey and Norway [see all figures in this series...]

Part (i) HIV newly diagnosed cases per million population in IDUs, by year and by country — five highest EU countries in peak value 2002-2007


Data since 2002 provided by ECDC-WHO/Europe, data before 2002 provided by EuroHIV.

* Estonia - Rate per million population in 2002 was 516.

Data reported by end of 2007.

Portugal: HIV reporting system modified in 2000: data for 2000 are available but include many cases diagnosed in previous years; data prior to 2000 not available by year or by transmission group.

Estonia: Data not available by transmission group for adult cases after 2002, numbers of IDU reported separately.


European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).

European Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS (EuroHIV).

Statistical Office of the European Communities (Eurostat).

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