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This graphic is a table of HIV diagnosis delays by risk group and race ethnicity. By risk group, the median time from HIV infection to diagnoses in 2015 for heterosexual females: 2.5 years; females who inject drugs: 2.5 years; gay and bisexual males: 3 years; males who inject drugs: 3 years; and heterosexual males: 5 years. By race/ethnicity, the median time from HIV infection to diagnoses in 2015 for whites:  2 years; African Americans: 3 years; Latinos: 3 years; Native Americans:3.5 years; and Asian Americans: 4 years.

HIV Diagnosis Delays by Risk Group and Race/Ethnicity

 

 

 

 

The graphic is an illustrationof the key findings from the 2017 HIV testing and diagnosis delays Vital Signs report. In 2015, nearly 40,000 people in the U.S. received an HIV diagnosis. 1 in 2 people had been living with HIV 3 years or more; 1 in 4 people had been living with HIV 7 years or more; and 1 in 5 people already had the most advanced stage of HIV (AIDS).

HIV Testing and Diagnosis Delays

 

 

 

This graphic provides an overview of two stages of the HIV care continuum. It shows that of the estimated 1.1 million people living with HIV in America, 85 percent were diagnosed and knew they had HIV, and 49 percent had the virus under control through HIV treatment.

More people living with HIV in the U.S. have virus under control

 

 

This bar graph illustrates the HIV continuum of care for 2014. Of the estimated 1.1 million Americans living with diagnosed or undiagnosed HIV infection, 85 percent are diagnosed, 62 percent are receiving care, 48 percent are retained in care and 49 percent are virally suppressed.

HIV Care Continuum, Overall, U.S., 2014

 

 

 

This bar graph illustrates the HIV continuum of care for 2014 by age. Of those aged 13 to 24, living with HIV, 56% are diagnosed, 41% are in care, 31% are receiving care, and 24% are virally suppressed.  Of those aged 25 to 34, living with HIV, 71% are diagnosed, 51% are in care, 38% are receiving care, and 37% are virally suppressed.  Of those aged 34 to 44, living with HIV, 85% are diagnosed, 61% are in care, 46% are receiving care, and 48% are virally suppressed.  Of those aged 45 to 54, living with HIV, 91% are diagnosed, 67% are in care, 53% are receiving care, and 55% are virally suppressed.  Of those aged 55 and older, living with HIV, 93% are diagnosed, 67% are in care, 55% are receiving care, and 57% are virally suppressed.

HIV Care Continuum, by Age U.S., 2014

 

 

This bar graph illustrates the HIV continuum of care for 2014 by race/ethnicity.   Of African Americans living with HIV, 84% are diagnosed, 59% are in care, 46% are receiving care, and 43% are virally suppressed.  Of Latinos living with HIV, 83% are diagnosed, 58% are in care, 48% are receiving care, and 48% are virally suppressed.  Of whites living with HIV, 88% are diagnosed, 67% are in care, 51% are receiving care, and 57% are virally suppressed.

HIV Care Continuum, by Race/Ethnicity, U.S., 2014

 

 

This bar graph illustrates the HIV continuum of care for 2014 by transmission route. Of people who inject drugs living with HIV, 94% are diagnosed, 62% are in care, 50% are receiving care, and 47% are virally suppressed. Of gay and bisexual men living with HIV, 83% are diagnosed, 61% are in care, 48% are receiving care, and 51% are virally suppressed. Of heterosexuals living with HIV, 84% are diagnosed, 60% are in care, 47% are receiving care, and 47% are virally suppressed.

HIV Care Continuum, by Transmission Route, U.S., 2014

 

 

This bar graph illustrates the HIV continuum of care for 2014 by sex.   Of men living with HIV, 84% are diagnosed, 61% are in care, 48% are receiving care, and 49% are virally suppressed.  Of women living with HIV, 88% are diagnosed, 64% are in care, 50% are receiving care, and 48% are virally suppressed

HIV Care Continuum, by Sex, U.S., 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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