HIV in the News

Published on: September 1, 2016
The report supplements the 2014 HIV Surveillance Report and presents data on persons aged 18 years and older with HIV infection diagnosed in 2014 and reported to the National HIV Surveillance System through July 2015. Data were limited to persons aged 18 years and older to more accurately represent the population from which the SDH indicator variables were collected by ACS.
Published on: August 31, 2016
The purpose of this document is to provide updated information on the national surveillance of pediatric HIV.
Published on: August 23, 2016
This info sheet provides consumers with an overview of living with HIV: how to stay healthy, how to get help paying for ART, and how to protect others.
Published on: August 16, 2016
This fact sheet gives instructions for how to use a dental dam as a barrier for oral sex. It contains sexually graphic images and may not be suitable for some audiences.
Published on: August 16, 2016
This fact sheet gives instructions for the right way to use a female condom. It contains sexually graphic images and may not be suitable for some audiences.
Published on: August 15, 2016
This fact sheet describes the risk of HIV among people who exchange sex for money or nonmonetary items and lists prevention options.
Published on: August 10, 2016
This fact sheet provides statistical data and information about HIV among gay and bisexual men.
Published on: August 10, 2016
This fact sheet describes the risk of getting HIV through vaginal sex and lists ways to reduce risk.
Published on: February 12, 2016
This PDF describes President Obama's fiscal year (FY) 2017 budget request to Congress. It includes approximately $788 million for domestic HIV/AIDS prevention and research at CDC, which is level with the FY 2016 enacted level.
Published on: February 8, 2016
Analysis of National HIV Prevention Program Monitoring and Evaluation data on CDC-funded HIV testing events and HIV prevention services from 61 state and local health departments and 151 community-based organizations indicated that the number of HIV testing events among black females declined slightly from 2012 to 2014, and the HIV positivity rate remained relatively stable.

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