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    FIGURE 1. Prevalence Rates of Persons Aged 13-24 Years Living With a Diagnosis of HIV Infection* -- National HIV Surveillance System, United States, Year-End 2009
    FIGURE 1. Prevalence Rates of Persons Aged 13-24 Years Living With a Diagnosis of HIV Infection* -- National HIV Surveillance System, United States, Year-End 2009 Abbreviation: HIV = human immunodeficiency virus. * Prevalence rates are per 100,000 population and are not adjusted for reporting delays. Prevalences are categorized into quartiles. Overall prevalence rate: 69.5 per 100,000. Alternate Text: The figure above shows prevalence rates of persons aged 13-24 years living with a diagnosis of HIV infection in the United States as of the end of 2009. The prevalence of persons aged 13-24 years living with an HIV diagnosis was 69.5 per 100,000 population, ranging by state from 2.3 to 562.8 per 100,000.
    FIGURE 2. Number of New HIV Infections Among Youths Aged 13-24 Years, by Sex and Race/Ethnicity -- United States, 2010
    FIGURE 2. Number of New HIV Infections Among Youths Aged 13-24 Years, by Sex and Race/Ethnicity -- United States, 2010 Abbreviation: HIV = human immunodeficiency virus. * Hispanics/Latinos might be of any race. Alternate Text: The figure above shows the number of new HIV infections among youths aged 13-24 years, by sex and race/ethnicity, in the United States during 2010. In 2010, of the estimated 47,500 new HIV infections, 12,200 (25.7%) were among youths, (10,100 [82.8%] among males and 2,100 [17.2%] among females). An estimated 7,000 (57.4%) newly infected youths were blacks/African Americans (5,600 males and 1,400 females), 2,390 (19.6%) were Hispanics/Latinos (2,100 males and 290 females), and 2,380 (19.5%) were whites (2,100 males and 280 females).

    Suzanne K. Whitmore, Dr.P.H.

    Linda A. Valleroy, Ph.D.

    Jonathan H. Mermin, M.D., M.P.H.

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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