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HIV EpidemiologyAfrican-Americans

Estimates of New HIV Infections in the United States, 2006-2009

    Figure 1: Estimated New HIV Infections in the U.S., 2009, for the Most-Affected Subpopulations
    Figure 1: Estimated New HIV Infections in the U.S., 2009, for the Most-Affected Subpopulations
    Figure 2: Estimated New HIV Infections, 2009, by Transmission Category
    Figure 4: Estimated Number of New HIV Infections Among Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM), Ages 13-29, 2006-2009, by Race/Ethnicity
    Figure 3: Estimated Number of New HIV Infections Among Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM), 2009, by Race/Ethnicity and Age† † The estimate for each age range within a race/ethnicity group was calculated independently from the overall estimate for that group. Therefore, the sum of the estimates by age range may not equal CDC's official incidence estimate for a race/ethnicity group. Figure 4: Estimated Number of New HIV Infections Among Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM), Ages 13-29, 2006-2009, by Race/Ethnicity
    Figure 6: Estimated New HIV Infections among Injection Drug Users (IDUs), 2009, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity
    ‡ These charts include estimates, by gender, for blacks, Hispanics and whites only. Note that the total estimated number of HIV infections among heterosexuals includes an additional 510 infections, and among IDUs includes an additional 140 infections. These represent cases among American Indians/Alaska Natives, Asians, Native Hawaiians/Other Pacific Islanders and individuals of multiple races. Specific estimates of HIV incidence in each of these populations could not be reliably estimated due to the relatively small number of HIV infections.
    Figure 7: Estimated Rate of New HIV Infections, 2009, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity
    Figure 7: Estimated Rate of New HIV Infections, 2009, by Gender and Race/Ethnicity
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