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Why We Should Care: AIDS in the United States

December 1, 2000

The State of the Epidemic in the U.S.

Major means of exposure for new AIDS cases in 1999, out of 46,000:

Factors that contribute to the spread of HIV:

Factors that help control the spread of HIV:

[See the Fact Sheet "Successful Prevention Programs"]


AIDS Cases per 100,000 Population Through December 1999


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