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Homelessness linked to HIV infection and low rates of viral suppression

Homelessness linked to HIV infection and low rates of viral suppression

, by Emily Land

People who are homeless are at higher risk for HIV infection and lower rates of viral suppression, highlighting the need for innovative programs that reach the most marginalized members of our community. Read More

San Francisco reaches new historic low number of HIV infections in 2017

San Francisco reaches new historic low number of HIV infections in 2017

, by Emily Land

Progress is uneven, with data showing HIV prevention efforts are not adequately reaching people of color, trans women, people experiencing homelessness and people who inject drugs. Read More

15% of people living with HIV in U.S. don’t know their status, new study estimates

15% of people living with HIV in U.S. don’t know their status, new study estimates

, by Emily Land

The percentage of people living with HIV in the U.S. who are undiagnosed is going down—although disparities by state and region of the country remain. Read More

51% reduction in San Francisco HIV infections since 2012

51% reduction in San Francisco HIV infections since 2012

, by Emily Land

The number of HIV infections in San Francisco continues to decline, but disparities remain among people who are homeless, people who use drugs, African Americans and Latinos. Read More

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

, by Emily Land

Racial and ethnic disparities are apparent in new data on HIV incidence, prevalence and undiagnosed infection. Read More