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For the first time, gay and bi men who don’t inject drugs accounted for less than half of new cases in San Francisco.
The pandemic also disrupted medical care and had an indirect effect on other causes of death.
Nine out of the 10 areas with the highest likelihood of being diagnosed with HIV are located in the South.
Black and Latino men who have sex with men are not seeing the same improvements as white men, but innovative approaches can help.
Heterosexual Black adults were 20 times more likely and Latinos were four times more likely to be diagnosed with HIV.
Pregnant people at highest risk for hepatitis C were white, American Indian or Alaska Natives and lived in the Northeast or Appalachia.
Health departments nationwide scaled back their contact tracing cases started to decrease and vaccination took center stage.
On the 40th anniversary of the first reported HIV cases, the CDC looks back on how the epidemic has changed.
The new numbers are encouraging but Black and Latino people continue to be disproportionately affected by HIV.
A series in the Lancet journal surveys HIV in the United States, notably among Black Americans, Latinos and other minorities.
“In an outbreak situation, the public health response is effectuated at the state and local level.”
For Black gay and bisexual men, the news is mixed.
Efforts to control viral hepatitis are falling behind, in part because of the growing opioid epidemic and homelessness crisis.
National survey finds HBV rate is four times higher than that of the overall U.S. population.
The All of Us Research Program aims to collect data from 1 million people.
A new African study of heterosexual HIV-serodiscordant couples, confirms that viral load is the most important factor influencing the risk of...
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