Ending HIV Transmission — Test, Treat, and Prevent
December 3, 2019 – CDC Vital Signs: Ending HIV Transmission — Test, Treat, and Prevent
Far too many Americans with HIV are unaware that they have it. Far too few have the virus under control through effective treatment. And far too few Americans at risk for HIV are taking the daily pill that prevents HIV. Findings show how far the proposed federal effort must go to end the U.S. HIV epidemic.
- Press Release: HIV Testing, Treatment, Prevention Not Reaching Enough Americans
- MMWR: Vital Signs: Status of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Testing, Viral Suppression, and Receipt of HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis — United States, 2013-2018
Ending HIV Transmission
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Findings show that:
- 86% of people with HIV know they have it, but the target is for 95% of people with HIV to know they have it.
- Two-thirds of people with diagnosed HIV have HIV under control, and the target is for 95% of people with diagnosed HIV to have the virus under control through effective treatment.
- 18% of people at risk for HIV have been prescribed PrEP, while the target is for half of people at risk for HIV to be prescribed PrEP.