HIV in the News

Published on: March 21, 2019
An HIV transmission model indicated that, along the HIV care continuum, transmissions arise from persons with HIV infection who have not received a diagnosis or who have a diagnosed infection that is not controlled.
Published on: March 19, 2019
This web page and fact sheet provide statistical data about HIV among American Indians and Alaska Natives, discuss prevention challenges, and summarize key CDC HIV prevention activities.
Published on: March 18, 2019
CDC's latest Vital Signs, "Ending the HIV Epidemic: HIV Treatment Is Prevention," was released on March 18.
Published on: March 18, 2019
These infographics provide updated continuum of care data for HIV among youth.
Published on: November 15, 2018
This slide set describes HIV among adolescents and young adults in the United States and 6 dependent areas.
Published on: November 15, 2018
This slide set describes HIV among children younger than 13 years in the United States and 6 dependent areas.
Published on: November 9, 2018
This info sheet describes how HIV treatment and keeping an undetectable viral load can prevent sexual transmission of HIV.
Published on: November 1, 2018
This issue brief examines data about HIV among Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men, who have experienced an increase in estimated annual HIV infections in recent years. The brief describes factors that increase HIV risk among Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men and how CDC is working with its partners to intensify HIV prevention activities for Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual men.
Published on: October 18, 2018
In 2016, among 78,360 persons who filled prescriptions for PrEP in the United States, women accounted for only 4.7%. Among PrEP users with available race/ethnicity data, 68.7%, 11.2%, 13.1%, and 4.5% were white, black, Hispanic, and Asian, respectively.
Published on: October 16, 2018
This report includes part A and B. Part A examines census tract-level social determinants of health (SDH) among adults with diagnosed HIV infection in 2016 in 13 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Part B examines county-level SDH among adults with diagnosed HIV infection through 2016 in 39 states and District of Columbia.

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