Alternate description of 90-90-90 HIV prevention, engagement, and care cascade graph

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A graph depicting the care cascade in Ontario. An alternative description of this diagram is available in the HIV Endgame report.

This bar graph demonstrates the gap between the 2014 HIV care cascade in Ontario and the 90-90-90 targets set by UN AIDS.

The first bar, which represents all people living with HIV in Ontario is set to 100% and serves as the baseline against which all other measurements are compared.

The second bar represents the proportion of all people living with HIV who have been diagnosed. Approximately 81% of all people living with HIV in Ontario have been diagnosed (confidence intervals are between 75% to 88%). This is 9% lower than the UN AIDS target to have 90% of people living with HIV diagnosed.

The third bar represents the proportion of people living with HIV who are on treatment. 64% of all people living with HIV in Ontario and 79% of all people living with HIV who have been diagnosed are on treatment (confidence intervals are between 68% and 80%). Because of the gap in diagnosis, the proportion of people on treatment is 17% lower than the UN AIDS target.

The fourth and final bar represents the proportion of people living with HIV who are virally suppressed. 60% of all people living with HIV in Ontario and 94% of all people on treatment are virally suppressed (confidence intervals are between 90% and 94%). Because of the gaps in diagnosis and treatment, the proportion of people who are virally suppressed is 12% lower than the UN AIDS target.