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HIV Surveillance in Urban and Nonurban Areas

September 19, 2012

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Slide 1: HIV Surveillance in Urban and Nonurban Areas
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HIV Surveillance in Urban and Nonurban Areas


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HIV Infection in Urban and Nonurban Areas


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Diagnoses of HIV Infection Among Adults and Adolescents, by Population of Area of Residence, 2010—46 States


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Diagnoses of HIV Infection Among Adults and Adolescents, by Population of Area of Residence and Race/Ethnicity, 2010—46 States


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Diagnoses of HIV Infection Among Adult and Adolescent Males, by Population of Area of Residence and Transmission Category, 2010—46 States


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Diagnoses of HIV Infection Among Adult and Adolescent Females, by Population of Area of Residence and Transmission Category, 2010—46 States


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Diagnoses of HIV Infection Among Adults and Adolescents, by Population of Area of Residence and Age at Diagnosis, 2010—46 States


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Adults and Adolescents Living With a Diagnosis of HIV Infection, by Population of Area of Residence and Race/Ethnicity, Year–end 2009—46 States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents, by Population of Area of Residence, 1985–2010—United States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents, by Population of Area of Residence and Race/Ethnicity, 2010—United States


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Regions of the United States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents, by Region and Population of Area of Residence, 2010—United States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents, by Population of Area of Residence and Region, 2010—United States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents in the Northeast, by Population of Area of Residence and Race/Ethnicity, 2010—United States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents in the Midwest, by Population of Area of Residence and Race/Ethnicity, 2010—United States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents in the South, by Population of Area of Residence and Race/Ethnicity, 2010—United States


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AIDS Diagnoses Among Adults and Adolescents in the West, by Population of Area of Residence and Race/Ethnicity, 2010—United States


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Adults and Adolescents Living With an AIDS Diagnosis, by Population of Area of Residence and Region, Year-end 2009—United States




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