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New SASI Analysis: In the Deep South, Significant Percentages of People Most Impacted by HIV Live Outside Large Urban Areas Demonstrating a Need for Increased Federal Resources

Description
Examines HIV data in the Deep South to help identify targets for federal funding, focusing on underserved groups in rural areas and small cities. Analyzes black, Latino, drug injection users, men who have sex with men, women, and people aged 13-24 living with HIV. Identifies 6 states where a higher proportion of these groups live outside large, urban areas. See additional links for state specific reports.
Author(s)
Carolyn McAllaster, Gabrielle Goodrow
Date
12/2018
Type
Document
Organizations
Duke University, Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative
Tagged as
HIV and AIDS · Health disparities · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · The South · Alabama · Georgia · Louisiana · Mississippi · North Carolina · South Carolina