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Michigan: AIDS, HIV Numbers Remain Stable in Upper Peninsula

April 10, 2007

In Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Delta County, reported HIV and AIDS diagnoses have remained stable over recent years, though cumulative cases are increasing, according to state health data. In 1994, there were 34 cumulative HIV/AIDS cases reported in the Upper Peninsula, and by January this year there were 110 cases, figures from the Michigan Department of Community Health show. The department estimates Delta and Marquette counties have about 20 and 30 residents with HIV, respectively. The remaining Upper Peninsula counties each have an estimated 10 cases.

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Adapted from:
Mining Journal (Marquette)
4.9.2007; Lee F. Brown


  
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This article was provided by CDC National Prevention Information Network. It is a part of the publication CDC HIV/Hepatitis/STD/TB Prevention News Update.
 
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