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HIV/AIDS Among Racial/Ethnic Minority Men Who Have Sex with Men -- United States, 1989-1998

Table 2

January 14, 2000

Metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs)(1) with the highest number of AIDS cases(2) among men aged >13 years who have sex with men (MSM)
United States, 1996-1998

Race/Ethnicity (No. cases)MSANo. Cases% of Racial/Ethnic Total
Black, Non-Hispanic
(19,983)
New York, N.Y.2,03410.2
Washington, D.C.1,1355.7
Atlanta, Ga.9514.8
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.9474.7
Chicago, Ill.8484.2
Total5,91529.6(3)
Hispanic
(10,944)
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.1,72815.8
New York, N.Y.1,57014.3
Miami, Fla.8798.0
San Juan-Bayamon, Puerto Rico5685.2
San Diego, Calif.3653.3
Total5,11046.6
Asian/Pacific Islander
(728)
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.12617.3
San Francisco, Calif.8411.5
Honolulu, Hawaii719.8
New York, N.Y.679.2
San Diego, Calif.365.0
Total38452.8
American Indian/Alaska Native
(211)
Phoenix-Mesa, Ariz.188.5
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, Wash.115.2
Tulsa, Okla.104.7
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.94.2
San Diego, Calif.73.3
Total5525.9
White, non-Hispanic
(32,679)
New York, N.Y.2,1386.5
Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.1,9315.9
San Francisco, Calif.1,4564.5
Houston, Texas1,0033.1
Dallas, Texas9022.8
Total7,43022.8

  1. Includes only metropolitan areas with a population >500,000. Metropolitan areas are named for a central city or county, may include several cities and counties, and may cross state boundaries.

  2. Estimates are adjusted for delays in reporting of AIDS cases and anticipated redistribution of cases initially reported with no identified risk; data reported to CDC through June 1999.

  3. 29.6% of 19,983 AIDS cases among non-Hispanic black MSM resided in these five MSAs.

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