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Estimated Number of New HIV Infections, 2009, for the Most-Affected U.S. Subpopulations: This bar chart shows in 2009 an estimated: 11,400 new HIV infections occurred among white men who have sex with men; 10,800 were among black men who have sex with men; 6,000 were among Hispanic men who have sex with men; 5,400 were among black heterosexual women; 2,400 were among black heterosexual men; 1,700 were among Hispanic heterosexual women; 1,700 were among white heterosexual women; 1,200 were among black, male injection drug users; and 940 were among black, female injection drug users. Estimated Number of New HIV Infections, 2009, for the Most-Affected U.S. Subpopulations
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This bar chart shows in 2009 an estimated: 11,400 new HIV infections occurred among white men who have sex with men; 10,800 were among black men who have sex with men; 6,000 were among Hispanic men who have sex with men; 5,400 were among black heterosexual women; 2,400 were among black heterosexual men; 1,700 were among Hispanic heterosexual women; 1,700 were among white heterosexual women; 1,200 were among black, male injection drug users; and 940 were among black, female injection drug users.

Estimated Number of New HIV Infections among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM), 2009, by Race/Ethnicity and Age: This chart breaks down the number of new HIV infections among men who have sex with men in the U.S. in 2009 by race/ethnicity and age, showing: among white men who have sex with men, most new infections occurred among those aged 40-49 (3,400 new infections), followed by those aged 13-29 and 30-29 (3,200 each). 1,600 infections occurred among white men who have sex with men aged 50+. Among black men who have sex with men, most new infections occurred among those aged 13-29 (6,500), followed by those aged 30-39 (2,500), then those aged 40-49 (1,400). 450 new infections occurred among black men who have sex with men aged 50+. Among Hispanic men who have sex with men, most new infections occurred among those aged 13-29 (2,700), followed by those aged 30-39 (2,000) and those aged 40-49 (1,000). 300 new infections occurred among Hispanic men who have sex with men aged 50+. (Note: The estimate for each age range within a race/ethnicity group was calculated independently from the overall estimate for that group. Therefore, the sum of the estimates by age range may not equal CDC’s official incidence estimate for a race/ethnicity group.) Estimated Number of New HIV Infections among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM), 2009, by Race/Ethnicity and Age
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This chart breaks down the number of new HIV infections among men who have sex with men in the U.S. in 2009 by race/ethnicity and age, showing: among white men who have sex with men, most new infections occurred among those aged 40-49 (3,400 new infections), followed by those aged 13-29 and 30-29 (3,200 each). 1,600 infections occurred among white men who have sex with men aged 50+. Among black men who have sex with men, most new infections occurred among those aged 13-29 (6,500), followed by those aged 30-39 (2,500), then those aged 40-49 (1,400). 450 new infections occurred among black men who have sex with men aged 50+. Among Hispanic men who have sex with men, most new infections occurred among those aged 13-29 (2,700), followed by those aged 30-39 (2,000) and those aged 40-49 (1,000). 300 new infections occurred among Hispanic men who have sex with men aged 50+. (Note: The estimate for each age range within a race/ethnicity group was calculated independently from the overall estimate for that group. Therefore, the sum of the estimates by age range may not equal CDC’s official incidence estimate for a race/ethnicity group.)

Estimated Number of New HIV Infections among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM), Ages 13-19, 2006-2009, by Race/Ethnicity: This bar chart shows the number of new infections among men who have sex with men aged 13-29 in the U.S. broken down by age and by year of infection between 2006 and 2009. In 2006, 4,400 new infections occurred among black men who have sex with men in this age group, 5,900 in 2007, 6,100 in 2008, and 6,500 in 2009. In 2006, 2,100 new infections occurred among Hispanic men who have sex with men in this age group, 2,900 in 2007, 2,500 in 2008, and 2,700 in 2009. In 2006, 2,700 new infections occurred among white men who have sex with men in this age group, 3,400 in 2007, 3,000 in 2008, and 3,200 in 2009. Estimated Number of New HIV Infections among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM), Ages 13-19, 2006-2009, by Race/Ethnicity
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This bar chart shows the number of new infections among men who have sex with men aged 13-29 in the U.S. broken down by age and by year of infection between 2006 and 2009. In 2006, 4,400 new infections occurred among black men who have sex with men in this age group, 5,900 in 2007, 6,100 in 2008, and 6,500 in 2009. In 2006, 2,100 new infections occurred among Hispanic men who have sex with men in this age group, 2,900 in 2007, 2,500 in 2008, and 2,700 in 2009. In 2006, 2,700 new infections occurred among white men who have sex with men in this age group, 3,400 in 2007, 3,000 in 2008, and 3,200 in 2009.

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