HIV in the News

Published on: November 28, 2017
This HIV surveillance slide set provides geographical display of HIV surveillance data.
Published on: November 28, 2017
This HIV surveillance slide set presents HIV surveillance data for the United States and 6 dependent areas by race/ethnicity.
Published on: November 28, 2017
This HIV surveillance slide set presents HIV surveillance data for the United States and 6 dependent areas.
Published on: November 28, 2017
This HIV surveillance slide set presents HIV surveillance data for the United States and 6 dependent areas among persons who inject drugs (PWID).
Published on: November 28, 2017
This HIV surveillance slide set presents HIV surveillance data for the United States and 6 dependent areas among women.
Published on: November 28, 2017
This HIV surveillance slide set presents HIV diagnoses and Stage 3 (AIDS) classifications by region.
Published on: November 8, 2017
The report displays data used as part of the formula to allocate funding for grant recipients under the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, for Fiscal Year 2017. Such data allow national stakeholder groups to understand the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program funding awards and assist them in estimating and planning for future funding allocations for jurisdictions.
Published on: November 2, 2017
This report examines social determinants of health and linkage to HIV medical care, retention in HIV medical care, and HIV viral suppression.
Published on: October 19, 2017
Analysis of 2015 data on CDC-funded HIV tests and HIV prevention services from 61 health departments and 123 community-based organizations indicated that among women identified as having HIV infection, 62% had received a diagnosis of HIV infection before the current test, and 87% of those women were not in HIV medical care at the time of the test.
Published on: October 19, 2017
On April 19, 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) held the HIV in the South town hall meeting to elicit individual participant feedback on addressing HIV-related health disparities in Deep South states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas).

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