Data Visualization: HIV Treatment Can Prevent Transmission


Data Visualization: HIV Transmissions in 2016

HIV Transmissions in 2016; Percent of People with HIV; Status of Care; Accounted for X percent of New Transmissions*; 15 percent of people with HIV didn’t know they had HIV and accounted for 38 percent of new transmissions. 23 percent knew they had HIV but weren’t in care and accounted for 43 percent of new transmissions. 11 percent were in care but not virally suppressed and accounted for 20 percent of new transmissions. 51 percent were taking HIV medicine, were virally suppressed, and accounted for 0 percent of new transmissions. *Values do not equal 100 percent because of rounding.
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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

Ending The HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. Diagnose HIV as early as possible. Treat HIV quickly and effectively. Protect people at high risk. Respond quickly to clusters of new cases. SOURCE: Vital Signs, 2019.
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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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