HIV Diagnoses, Prevalence and Outcomes in Nine Southern States

Susan Reif, Brian Pence, and Kathryn Whetten from the CHPIR team recently published “HIV Diagnoses, Prevalence, and Outcomes in Nine Southern States” in Journal of Community Health.

Abstract

A group of nine states in the Southern United States, hereafter referred to as the targeted states, has experienced particularly high HIV diagnosis and case fatality rates. Differences in characteristics and outcomes of individuals with HIV in the targeted states are critical to consider when creating strategies to address HIV in the region, as are other factors identified in previous research to be prominent in the region including poverty and stigma.
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