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HIV Prevalence Trends in Selected Populations in the United States: Results from National Serosurveillance, 1993-1997

This report provides updated data on the incidence and prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the United States resulting from anonymous unlinked surveys conducted by health clinics in selected metropolitan areas. Included in this report are summaries of data from January 1993 through December 1977 from unlinked prevalence surveys conducted in selected STD clinics, drug treatment centers (DTCs), and adolescent medicine clinics, as well as data from HIV screening programs for entrants in the Job Corps, military service, and first-time blood donors. The report also includes data on high-risk populations, e.g., men who have sex with men (MSM) and heterosexual partners, injection drug users (IDUs) entering DTCs, blood donors, and individuals applying for military service.
Audiences:
Health Professionals
Focus Area:
HIV and AIDS
Topics/Subjects:
Statistics/Trends
Subjects:
HIV
Publication Date:
2001
Format:
Report
51 p.: b&w, ill., tables, graphs, maps
Last Updated Date:
Publication ID:
30209