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HIV Testing Outcomes Among Blacks or African Americans — 50 Local U.S. Jurisdictions Accounting for the Majority of New HIV Diagnoses and Seven States with Disproportionate Occurrences of HIV in Rural Areas, 2017

Reports on HIV testing and diagnoses by a variety of demographic characteristics, including race/ethnicity. Examines linkage to medical care for African Americans with newly diagnosed HIV infection. Study covers 50 U.S. jurisdictions with the majority of new diagnoses as well as the seven states — Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, and South Carolina — with high rural rates of HIV. Rural-specific data is not provided in the results.
Aba D. Essuon, Hui Zhao, Guoshen Wang, et al.
MMWR (Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report), 69(4), 97-102
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Access · Black or African American · HIV and AIDS · Public health · Racial and ethnic groups · Alabama · Arkansas · Kentucky · Mississippi · Missouri · Oklahoma · South Carolina

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