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[Comment] 90-90-90 and ending AIDS: necessary and feasible

More than three decades into the global HIV pandemic, there are still 2·1 million new infections each year and 36·7 million people are living with HIV.1 By mid-2016, 18·2 million people were on antiretroviral treatment—about 50% of people living with HIV.1 Yet in 2015, 15 million people living with HIV were estimated to be unaware of their status and 1·1 million died of AIDS-related complications, despite the fact that US$19 billion was invested in HIV in low-income and middle-income countries.1