HIV in the News

Published on: August 9, 2016
This fact sheet describes the risk of getting HIV through anal sex and includes prevention options.
Published on: August 9, 2016
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 2016.
Published on: July 29, 2016
The slide set "Selected National HIV Prevention and Care Outcomes" presents the prevalence of diagnosed HIV infection, linkage to HIV medical care, retention in care, and viral suppression.
Published on: July 29, 2016
This surveillance supplemental report complements presents the results of focused analyses of National HIV Surveillance System data to measure progress toward achieving NHAS objectives.
Published on: July 22, 2016
New CDC data presented at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, suggests there are no significant differences in several HIV-related risk behaviors among male students in ninth through 12th grades who identify as heterosexual, gay or bisexual.
Published on: July 21, 2016
This info sheet provides consumers with an overview of HIV: how the virus is and is not transmitted, how to protect yourself from HIV, and how to stay healthy and protect others if you are living with HIV.
Published on: July 21, 2016
This info sheet provides consumers with an overview of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), daily medicines to prevent HIV. Learn what PrEP is, who should consider taking it, and how someone can get help paying for it.
Published on: July 20, 2016
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) HIV Treatment Works campaign for people living with HIV features the stories of individuals talking about how sticking to HIV treatment helps them stay healthy, protect others, do what they love, and live a longer, healthier life.
Published on: June 14, 2016
Learn about how CDC can support and enhance your National HIV Testing Day activities.
Published on: June 14, 2016
This report summarizes diagnosis of adolescents and young adults diagnosed and living with HIV infection. During 2010–2014, the estimated rates of diagnoses of HIV infection for persons aged 13–14 years and for persons aged 15–19 years decreased, and the rate for persons aged 20–24 years remained stable.

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