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HIV Epidemiology

HIV in the United States: The Stages of Care

    OVERALL: Of the 1.1 million Americans living with HIV, only 25 percent are virally suppressed.
    OVERALL: Of the 1.1 million Americans living with HIV, only 25 percent are virally suppressed.
    BY RACE/ETHNICITY: African Americans are least likely to be in ongoing care or to have their virus under control.
    BY RACE/ETHNICITY: African Americans are least likely to be in ongoing care or to have their virus under control.
    BY AGE: Younger Americans are least likely to be retained in care or have their virus in check; HIV care and viral suppression improve with age, except among those aged 65 and older.
    BY AGE: Younger Americans are least likely to be retained in care or have their virus in check; HIV care and viral suppression improve with age, except among those aged 65 and older. Note: Although national data were not available to provide estimates of viral suppression for those under the age of 25, the data show that 13-24 year-olds are substantially less likely to have been diagnosed with HIV than other age groups (only 41 percent versus more than 70% for all other age groups).
    BY GENDER: Although men are less likely to be retained in care, men and women are equally likely to be virally suppressed.
    BY GENDER: Although men are less likely to be retained in care, men and women are equally likely to be virally suppressed.
    BY RISK GROUP: Across all risk groups, fewer than half are in ongoing care and roughly a quarter have their virus in check.
    BY RISK GROUP: Across all risk groups, fewer than half are in ongoing care and roughly a quarter have their virus in check. * The term men who have sex with men (MSM) is used in CDC surveillance systems because it indicates the behaviors that transmit HIV infection, rather than how individuals self-identify in terms of their sexuality
    ** IDU = Injection drug user
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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