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[Correspondence] Ending AIDS: myth or reality?

In 2014, prompted by the realisation that an expansion of HIV treatment can prevent illness, death, and transmission of infection, the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS announced their 90-90-90 target and goal to end AIDS by 2030.1 This target and goal were informed by the strategic objective that if at least 90% of people infected with HIV knew their status, and at least 90% of those who knew their status were on antiretroviral therapy, and at least 90% of those who were on antiretroviral therapy were virally suppressed, ending AIDS would be achievable by 2030.