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Detengamos Juntos el VIH

Aunque han pasado más de tres décadas desde los primeros diagnósticos del VIH, el estigma sigue siendo una barrera para enfrentar el VIH en los Estados Unidos. La campaña Detengamos Juntos el VIH busca crear conciencia de que todos tenemos una parte activa que tomar para detener el estigma del VIH. Cuando apoyamos a las personas que viven con el VIH, les hacemos más fácil vivir vidas saludables.

Bacterial Vaginosis

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This information sheet provides basic information for bacterial vaginosis including its commonality, how it is spread, symptoms and treatment options.

Zika Can Pass Through Sex

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This infographic provides basic information about condom usage if persons have been to an area with Zika.

Take Charge of Your Sexual Health

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This postcard directs individuals to the National Coalition for Sexual Health Guide, which informs men and women of all ages about recommended preventive services, such as screenings, vaccines, and counseling, to help protect and improve sexual health.

HIV and Tuberculosis

People with HIV and latent TB infection need treatment for HIV and for latent TB infection as soon as possible to prevent them from developing TB disease. Unfortunately, some people with HIV do not know they are infected with TB. Similarly, some people with TB disease are unaware of their HIV status, although HIV status reporting for people with TB is improving. CDC recommends that anyone who has TB disease, is suspected of having TB disease, or is a contact of a TB patient be tested for HIV.

HIV and Substance Abuse in the United States

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This fact sheet summarizes the link between HIV and substance abuse in the U.S. The report then summarizes the most commonly used substances and HIV risk, as well prevention challenges and how CDC is enhancing its prevention methods.

HIV and Youth

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In 2016, youth aged 13 to 24 accounted for 2% of all new HIV diagnoses in the United States. Most of those new diagnoses among youth (81%) occurred among gay and bisexual males. Young black/African American and Hispanic/Latino gay and bisexual males are especially affected; however, we are seeing progress. Estimated annual HIV infections fell 24% among youth from 2010 to 2015.

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