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HIV Case Reporting & Surveillance

ReportingThe listed documents provide guidance about how to report cases of HIV infection and analyze and apply HIV surveillance data to control the spread of HIV in communities and promote the public’s health.  This guidance is intended for clinicians and laboratories that diagnose cases of HIV infection, HIV surveillance programs, and health department staff.  CDC is currently revising the Surveillance Case Definition for HIV Infection for the United States and this document will be posted on this page in the future.

 

 


 

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