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AIDS Map Adds Georgia Data, Much of It Grim

October 18, 2011

An interactive online map that gives a stark portrait of HIV and AIDS across the country now includes new data about the disease in Georgia. ... The map shows the much higher rates of HIV infection among blacks than whites in the state. It also shows how Georgia and the rest of the Southeast have been particularly devastated by the disease (Georgia Health News, Miller, 10/17).

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