A report on the incidence of HIV in Australia says new diagnoses are rising at a record rate.
The report by the University of New South Wales attributes it mainly to an increasing number of young men having unprotected casual sex with other men.
While the numbers remain relatively small, health professionals and researchers continue to express concern at the the increasing number of newly-diagnosed HIV infections.
In 2012, there were more than 1200 new cases – a 10 percent increase.
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