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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

Description
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.
Author(s)
Aba D. Essuon, Hui Zhao, Guoshen Wang, et al.
Citation
MMWR (Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report), 69(4), 97-102
Date
01/2020
Type
Document
Organization
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Tagged as
Access · Black or African American · HIV and AIDS · Public health · Racial and ethnic groups · Alabama · Arkansas · Kentucky · Mississippi · Missouri · Oklahoma · South Carolina