New on the Web
Updated fact sheets
- Oral Sex and HIV Risk--This fact sheet describes the risk of getting HIV through oral sex and includes steps one can take to reduce one's risk.
- HIV Among Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders
- HIV Among Asians in the United States
- HIV and AIDS in the United States by Geographic Distribution—In the United States, the burden of HIV and AIDS is not evenly distributed across states and regions. In most areas of the country, HIV is concentrated in urban areas, so states reporting more diagnoses or higher rates of persons living with diagnosed HIV infection or AIDS usually contain major metropolitan areas.
Issue brief: HIV in the Southern United States
Supplemental Surveillance Reports:
- Diagnosed HIV infection among adults and adolescents in metropolitan statistical areas—United States and Puerto Rico, 2014
This report supplements the 2014 HIV Surveillance Report and presents data based on people living with diagnosed HIV infection residing in metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) in the United States and Puerto Rico.
- Diagnoses of HIV infection among adults aged 50 years and older in the United States and dependent areas, 2010–2014
This supplemental surveillance report complements the 2014 HIV Surveillance Report by presenting data on diagnoses of HIV infection among persons aged 50 years and older in the United States and 6 dependent areas.
New website: Business Responds to AIDS (BRTA)
BRTA is a free public-private partnership initiative of CDC that supports small, medium, and large businesses with tailored resources and tools of effective workplace programs and human resource (HR) policies to reduce stigma and prevent discrimination against employees living with HIV.