HIV in the News

Published on: September 5, 2018
This fact sheet shows the evidence of HIV treatment and viral suppression in preventing the sexual transmission of HIV.
Published on: August 21, 2018
This slide set presents estimates of behavioral and clinical characteristics of persons with diagnosed HIV infection in the US during 2015 using information from the Medical Monitoring Project (MMP).
Published on: August 13, 2018
Description: The slide set presents trends in rates and distributions of deaths in the United States, focusing on deaths due HIV infection.
Published on: August 13, 2018
The refreshed Spanish Let's Stop HIV Together campaign features new Spanish videos and other materials that highlight people sharing their stories about the effects of HIV stigma.
Published on: August 10, 2018
This infographic shows new HIV diagnoses in the United States.
Published on: August 2, 2018
This document is an issue of the HIV Surveillance Supplemental Report that presents data for diagnoses of HIV infection among persons aged 50 and older for 2011-2016, reported to CDC through December 31, 2017.
Published on: July 23, 2018
Start medical care and HIV treatment as soon as you find out you have HIV. Staying in medical care can keep you healthy and help protect others. Learn more about healthy living with HIV, HIV treatment and protecting others.
Published on: July 19, 2018
Analysis of CDC-funded HIV testing for black MSM in 20 southern U.S. jurisdictions in 2016 revealed that black MSM received 6% of the HIV tests provided and accounted for 36% of the new HIV diagnoses in non-health care facilities.
Published on: July 18, 2018
This report summarizes the client-level partner services data submitted by CDC-funded jurisdictions in the United States and dependent areas (i.e., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands). In 2016, 49,266 index patients were identified across all HIV Partner Services programs and named a total of 33,294 partners.
Published on: June 28, 2018
In a sample of 333 health care-seeking, heterosexual adults at increased risk for acquiring HIV infection, 194 (58%) reported not receiving an HIV test offer at a recent medical visit(s), and men (versus women) had a significantly lower prevalence of provider-initiated HIV test offers (32% versus 48%).