HIV Diagnoses in U.S. Declining

HIV Diagnoses in U.S. Declining

Tuesday, September 5, 2017
TARGET Center

New HIV diagnoses in the U.S. are slowly declining, according to CDC data as summarized in the HIV.Gov blog, New HIV Diagnoses are on the Decline. In 2014, there were 40,873 new HIV diagnoses. However, disparities remain, particularly among younger men who have sex with men, African American and Latino men, and southern states. 

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New HIV Diagnosis Chart