Wednesday, December 21, 2016

HIV Rates Have Increased Among Young Adults

Written by Savas Abadsidi


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed its latest report on newly diagnosed HIV infections in the United States. The latest data, as shown in the HIV Surveillance Report, shows new diagnoses have decreased through the Black, Latinx, and white communities, but have risen among young adults ages 25 to 29. READ MORE


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