Data Visualization: HIV Treatment Can Prevent Transmission
HIV Transmissions in 2016
% of People with HIV, Status of Care, Accounted for X% of New Transmissions*
15% of people with HIV didn’t know they had HIV and accounted for 38% of new transmissions.
23%, knew they had HIV but weren’t in care and accounted for 43% of new transmissions.
11% were in care but not virally suppressed and accounted for 20% of new transmissions.
51% were taking HIV medicine, were virally suppressed, and accounted for 0% of new transmissions.
*Values do not equal 100% because of rounding.
SOURCE: Vital Signs, 2019
Ending The HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America
Diagnose HIV as early as possible
Treat HIV quickly and effectively
Protect people at risk
Respond quickly to clusters of new cases
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Publication date: March 18, 2019