“The number of Americans diagnosed with HIV each year declined by about one-fifth during the past decade, but not all groups saw drops in prevalence, a federal government study shows.
Between 2005 and 2014, the overall annual number of HIV diagnoses fell 19 percent—from nearly 48,800 to just over 39,700 a year. The drop was led by a 63 percent decline among injection drug users, a 42 percent drop among black women, and a 35 percent decrease among heterosexuals.”
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Source: MedicalXpress.com – December 7, 2015