Minorities have become the most HIV infected group in the U.S. The information to the right is from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To view the full set of slides, click here (PDF).
Note: Data includes persons with a diagnosis of HIV infection regardless of their AIDS status at diagnosis. Data from 33 states with confidental name-based HIV infection reporting since at least 2003. Data have been adjusted for reporting delays.
* Includes 156 persons of unknown race or multiple races.
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