- One in 2 people with HIV have had the virus at least 3 years before their diagnosis—according to this month’s Vital Signsreport.
- About 40% of new HIV infections [PDF-1.9MB] come from people who don’t know they have HIV.
- To diagnose HIV sooner and reduce its spread, healthcare providers can routinely provide HIV testing to everyone aged 13–64 and test people at high risk at least annually.
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