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New York: Monroe County HIV Infection Numbers Updated

August 15, 2011

The Monroe County Department of Public Health has issued updated data showing that in 2010, 36 out of the county's 80 new HIV cases occurred in persons age 24 and younger. Previously, the department had reported a new case count for that year of 78, of which 35 cases were in people younger than 25. A spokesperson said the data can change as additional cases become known.

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
08.09.2011




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