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Republican Center on Prevention and Control of AIDS

Infection with HIV in 2016:

1430

864 man

Men

566 woman

Women

Gender

0,8% 1,4% 23,5% 62,7% 11,2%
 
 
 
 
 
0-5 6-19 20-29 30-49 50 and starise

Pathways of infection

60,5% 4% 30,9% 0,8% 3,7%
 
 
 
 
 
Heterosexual Homosexual When injecting drugs Mother-to-child Others including unidentified

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What is HIV?

HIV – human immunodeficiency virus. When injected into the human body, HIV destroys the immune system, which protects us from disease and infection. The human immunodeficiency virus belongs to the family of retroviruses (Retroviridae), the genus of lentiviruses (Lentivirus). Name Lentivirus comes from the Latin word lente – slow. This name reflects one of the characteristics of the viruses of this group, namely the slow and uneven rate of development of infectious process in the host. Lentiviruses are characterized by a long incubation period.

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What is AIDS?

AIDS – acquired immune deficiency syndrome, last, end-stage disease, the result of the destruction of a significant part of the human immune system. HIV can weaken the immune system to a specific state, when the body starts to develop so-called opportunistic diseases. The diagnosis AIDS is usually made some years later after HIV infection, when at the person one or several very serious diseases to which leads the progressing weakening of immune system owing to corrupting of CD4+ of lymphocytes develop. The current antiretroviral therapy reduces the activity of the virus and reduce the harm it causes to the immune system, preventing, thus, the development and transition of HIV into AIDS.

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You are at risk if you belong to one of the following groups. Want to know more?

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Addresses of AIDS centers

Akmola Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel.: +7 7162 25 75 39
website: www.spidcentr.akmol.kz

Aktobe Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel.: +7 7132 21 01 78
website: www.aktobe-aids.kz

Almaty Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7272 91 35 63
website: www.almaty-obl-aids.kz

Atyrau Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7122 21 22 18
website: www.atyrauspidcentre.kz

East-Kazakhstan Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7232 26 59 99
website: www.vkoaids.kz

Zhambyl Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7262 346 461
website: www.aids.zhambyl.kz

West-Kazakhstan Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7112 26 05 61
website: www.zko-aids.kz

Karaganda Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7212 44 15 80
website: www.karaids.kz

Kostanay Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7142 54 83 13
website: www.aidskst.kz

Kyzylorda Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7242 23 94 54
website: www.korda-aids.kz 

Mangistau Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7292 50 73 62 (101)
website: www.antispid.kz 

Pavlodar Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7182 32 98 76
website: www.depzdrav.gov.kz/index/fromorg/12

North-Kazakhstan Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7152 49 37 79
website: www.ocspid.sko.kz

South-Kazakhstan Regional Center for the Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel.: +7 7252 56 27 70
website: www.ocspid-uko.kz

Almaty Center for Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel.: +7 7272 46 53 36 
website: www.gcaids.kz

Astana Center for Prevention and Control of AIDS
tel./fax: +7 7172 38 15 85
website: www.astana-aids.kz