2010 STD Surveillance Graphics
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This graphic contains twelve individual charts illustrating the overall burden, trends over time and racial and ethnic disparities in reported cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis in the U.S. in 2010.
This bar chart shows reported rates of new gonorrhea infections in 2010 by race and ethnicity, with African Americans being the most affected. Blacks accounted for 512.2 reported cases per 100,000 people; Hispanics accounted for 63.2 reported cases per 100,000 people and whites accounted for 26.0 reported cases per 100,000 people.
Young women bear a disproportionate burden of Chlamydia with the highest rate – 7,719.1 reported cases per 100,000 people – among black women aged 15-19; compared to 2,226.4 reported cases per 100,000 people among Hispanic women aged 15-19 and 1,172.1 reported cases per 100,000 people among white women aged 15-19.