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HIV Among Gay and Bisexual Men

September 13, 2017

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Footnotes

  1. The term male-to-male sexual contact is used in CDC surveillance systems. It indicates a behavior that transmits HIV infection, not how individuals self-identify in terms of their sexuality.
  2. Referred to as African American in this fact sheet.
  3. Hispanics/Latinos can be of any race.
  4. HIV and AIDS diagnoses refers to the number of people diagnosed with HIV infection and AIDS during a given time period, not when the people were infected.
  5. From 32 states and the District of Columbia (the areas with complete lab reporting by December 2014).
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