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Estimates of New HIV Infections, 2009, by Race/Ethnicity, Risk Group, and Gender for the Most Affected U.S. Subpopulations*


Gay and bisexual men of all races and black heterosexuals account for the greatest number of new HIV infections in the United States.

Bar Graph: Estimates of New HIV Infections, 2009. Gay and bisexual men of all races and black hetereosexuals account for the greatest number of new HIV infections in the United States

* Subpopulations representing 2 percent or less of the overall U.S. epidemic are not reflected in this chart.

Gay and bisexual men of all races and black hetereosexuals account for the greatest number of new HIV infections in the United States. Read Fact Sheet on HIV/AIDS among Men Who Have Sex with Men

 
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