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Characteristics of Persons Living With AIDS and HIV, 2001

June 26, 2003

Table 16. Persons living with HIV (not AIDS) at the end of 2001, by exposure category and metropolitan area of residence, United States

Metropolitan area of residence

Men who
have sex
with
men (MSM)

Injection
drug use
(IDU)

MSM/IDU

Hetero-sexual
contact

Other

Pediatric

Total

Akron, OH

157

42

13

80

2

2

296

Ann Arbor, MI

113

31

14

46

0

3

207

Baton Rouge, LA

352

451

77

587

21

28

1,516

Bergen-Passaic, NJ

334

677

39

523

23

51

1,648

Birmingham, AL

845

239

73

525

23

11

1,716

                 

Charleston, SC

423

194

48

350

6

20

1,041

Charlotte, NC

833

635

130

1,078

49

25

2,749

Cincinnati, OH

359

92

37

164

11

12

674

Cleveland, OH

936

331

83

451

18

26

1,846

Colorado Springs, CO

251

67

31

41

3

4

397

                 

Columbia, SC

603

274

62

606

13

13

1,570

Columbus, OH

980

247

83

350

21

14

1,695

Dayton, OH

324

69

22

144

6

7

573

Denver, CO

3,175

473

487

345

24

16

4,520

Detroit, MI

1,822

755

192

829

28

86

3,713

                 

Fort Wayne, IN

131

24

14

42

2

1

215

Gary, IN

213

113

28

119

4

5

483

Grand Rapids, MI

180

44

21

78

1

7

332

Greensboro, NC

547

304

73

614

24

12

1,574

Greenville, SC

383

120

45

292

7

9

857

                 

Indianapolis, IN

1,071

170

84

333

13

19

1,690

Jersey City, NJ

431

686

48

561

25

57

1,807

Kansas City, MO

872

120

110

183

9

14

1,309

Knoxville, TN

287

77

22

71

1

2

460

Las Vegas, NV

1,444

436

186

405

11

20

2,501

                 

Little Rock, AR

372

101

44

206

3

7

732

Louisiville, KY

66

8

7

23

1

1

106

Memphis, TN

1,228

289

91

1,096

21

52

2,777

Middlesex, NJ

240

418

22

286

17

20

1,002

Milwaukee, WI

665

233

86

290

13

14

1,301

                 

Minneapolis,-Saint Paul MN

1,520

275

138

471

19

24

2,448

Mobile, AL

357

175

59

392

14

10

1,007

Monmouth-Ocean, NJ

185

409

29

281

10

27

942

Nashville, TN

948

477

78

430

17

14

1,963

New Orleans, LA

1,450

698

228

1,118

45

50

3,589

                 

Newark, NJ

830

2,483

136

1,969

85

195

5,699

Norfolk, VA

1,296

547

121

987

22

18

2,990

Oklahoma City, OK

470

150

86

139

12

10

868

Philadelphia, PA

336

466

45

317

17

18

1,199

Phoenix, AZ

2,351

611

332

427

53

31

3,805

                 

Raleigh-Durham, NC

666

427

101

608

37

21

1,859

Richmond, VA

778

395

97

576

18

16

1,880

St. Louis, MO

1,373

157

79

429

20

18

2,075

Salt Lake City, UT

393

103

36

81

4

7

624

Toledo, OH

207

49

14

117

4

9

401

                 

Tucson, AZ

551

195

81

111

10

14

962

Tulsa, OK

470

99

84

107

7

9

778

Washington, D.C.

1,120

462

77

719

42

15

2,434

Youngstown, OH

143

85

16

91

3

8

345

                 

Metropolitan area with >500,000 population

35,082

15,984

4,111

20,088

836

1,075

77,175

Metropolitan area with 50,000 to 500,000 population

7,580

3,604

1,039

5,157

250

187

17,816

Nonmetropolitan areas

5,033

2,624

805

4,939

266

218

13,886

Unknown

315

107

54

98

6

10

590

               

Total

48,010

22,319

6,009

30,282

1,358

1,490

109,467

Note: These numbers do not represent actual cases of HIV infection, but rather are point estimates adjusted for delays in the reporting of HIV cases and deaths and unreported risk, but not for incomplete reporting. US totals presented in this report include data from the United States (50 states and the District of Columbia) and from US dependencies, possessions, and independent nations in free association with the United States. Data were reported through June 2002. Persons with unknown state or area of residence were excluded. The sum of the demographic categories may not equal the total estimate due to rounding.




  
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