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HPA publications include corporate documents, surveillance reports and magazines.

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Tuberculosis in the UK: 2011 report

Public health action to decrease tuberculosis will need to continue to target high-risk groups such as immigrants, homeless persons, problem drug users and prisoners.

The UK should continue to contribute to international tuberculosis control efforts and strengthen our role in addressing the wider determinants of the disease.

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›› Tuberculosis in the UK: 2011 report

HIV in the United Kingdom: 2011 Report

To date, 120,000 people have been diagnosed with HIV in the UK, of whom 27,000 have developed AIDS and more than 20,000 have died. The availability of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) resulted in a rapid decline in AIDS diagnoses and deaths and the relatively low but constant numbers since the late 1990s. 

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›› HIV in the United Kingdom: 2011 Report

Infections among people who inject drugs in the UK 2010. An update: November 2011

This report describes time trends on the extent of infections among people who inject drugs PWID in the UK. It is based on data to the end of 2010. This year’s report focuses on infections caused by bacteria.

›› Infections among people who inject drugs in the UK 2010. An update: November 2011

RCE 19: Guidance on the Safe Risk of Solid Cancers following Radiation Exposure: Estimates for the UK Population.

This report is one of nine prepared by the AGIR and its subgroups set up to focus on specific topics. It covers the risk of ionising radiation on the development of 'solid' cancers such as cancers of the lung, prostate and breast, but excludes cancers such as leukaemia and lymphoma.

›› RCE 19: Guidance on the Safe Risk of Solid Cancers following Radiation Exposure: Estimates for the UK Population.