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International Notes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) -- Europe

The following table (Table 3) summarizes the cases of AIDS reported by member countries of the European Region of the World Health Organization (WHO) as of October 1983 (1,2). Reported by WHO Weekly Epidemiological Record, 1983;58:351.

Editorial Note

Editorial Note: As of November 21, 1983, 2,803 AIDS cases in the United States have been reported to CDC. The case definition used in other countries may differ slightly from that used by CDC.


  1. WHO. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Weekly Epidemiological Record 1983;58:227-8.

  2. Based on data provided by the participants at the first meeting on AIDS organized by the WHO Regional Office for Europe (Aarhus, Denmark, October 19-20, 1983).

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