HIV in the News

Published on: May 14, 2018
Molecular HIV surveillance is the collection, reporting, and analysis of HIV genetic sequences generated through HIV drug resistance testing. Learn more about HIV Molecular Surveillance on the questions and answers page.
Published on: May 10, 2018
This report describes the expansion of syringe services programs (SSPs) in Kentucky, North Carolina, and West Virginia during 2013-August 1, 2017.
Published on: May 10, 2018
This report provides surveillance data on HIV diagnoses, prevalence, and deaths for the United States and Puerto Rico by metropolitan statistical areas (MSA). The following 5 MSAs had the highest rates of HIV diagnoses among adults and adolescents during 2016: Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL, New Orleans-Metairie, LA, Baton Rouge, LA, Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA, and Jackson, MS.
Published on: May 7, 2018
Used syringes are dangerous and can carry diseases. If you see a used syringe never pick it up.
Published on: May 7, 2018
A disinfected syringe is not as good as a new, sterile syringe. Lower your risk of getting or transmitting HIV by cleaning your syringes.
Published on: May 4, 2018
CDC uses cutting-edge technology to identify, analyze, and respond to clusters of HIV transmission in the United States. This is a critical step that will bring the nation closer to the goal of no new HIV infections.
Published on: May 2, 2018
This document highlights the Act Against AIDS Continuing Medical Education opportunities for healthcare providers.
Published on: April 17, 2018
National Transgender HIV Testing Day is observed each year on April 18. This day is an opportunity to focus on HIV testing, prevention, and treatment among transgender people. It encourages local testing events and testing campaigns to increase HIV status awareness in transgender populations.
Published on: April 13, 2018
This slide set presents estimates of HIV incidence and prevalence for 2010−2015 calculated using data on persons with diagnosed HIV infection and their CD4 test results reported to CDC's National HIV Surveillance System through June 2017.