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HIV Among Blacks in Texas

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This information sheet discusses the disproportionate HIV rates in the African American community in Texas. It also talks about treatment, awareness of the epidemic, and what is being done to combat further transmission.

Tuberculosis in the United States: National Tuberculosis Surveillance System Highlights from 2012

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This slide set provides surveillance data on the incidence of TB in the United States in 2012. The slides report various statistics, including reported TB cases from 1982 through 2012, TB morbidity 2007-2012, and TB case rates 2012, primary anti-TB drug resistance, primary MDR TB, HIV test results in persons with TB, HIV coinfection in persons reported with TB, completion of TB therapy, etc. These statistics are reported by age, sex, race/ethnicity, in U.S.-born vs. foreign-born persons.

HIV Testing in the United States

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This information sheet provides data on HIV testing in the United States. It states that early knowledge of HIV status reduces morbidity and mortality because people modify behavior to reduce transmission. Early knowledge also links people with HIV to medical care and services.

The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic

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This online information sheet discusses the epidemiology of the HIV/AIDS in the world and reports that there were 36.9 million people living with HIV in 2014. It presents the facts and figures describing the current global situation, and the impact of HIV/AIDS by region, including sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and central Asia, and Asia. The information sheet also reports on the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and young people and on different sectors of society. It is noted that most people living with HIV/AIDS reside in low-and middle-income countries.

HIV Treatment Cascade by Public Health Area, 2013

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This report provides graphs that demonstrate the continuum of HIV care among persons with HIV in Alabama in 2013. Categories include the estimated number of people with HIV, those diagnosed, those linked to care, those retained in care, and those with a suppressed viral load in both the state and in each public health zone.

Fenced In: HIV/AIDS in the US Criminal Justice System

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This report discusses the structural barriers in correctional facilities when dealing with HIV and inmates. It states that four times as many people in prison have HIV than in the general population, which is a concern for everyone, not just those in prison.

2014 Epidemiological slides – GAP report

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This slide set gives the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS around the globe to help target UNAIDS goal of reducing new infections, stigma and discrimination, and AIDS-related deaths by 90 percent by 2030.

HIV Testing in the United States

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This information sheet provides data on HIV testing in the United States. It states that early knowledge of HIV status reduces morbidity and mortality because people modify behavior and lower transmission rates.

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