D.C.'s Anti-HIV Efforts Must Improve, Report Says

The advocacy group D.C. Appleseed called it “troubling” that recently released D.C. Health Department data for 2010 show slight increases in three measures: the HIV transmission rate, the number of new HIV diagnoses and the proportion of new AIDS diagnoses that had progressed from HIV to AIDS in less than 12 months.
July 19, 2012
 

The advocacy group D.C. Appleseed called it “troubling” that recently released D.C. Health Department data for 2010 show slight increases in three measures: the HIV transmission rate, the number of new HIV diagnoses and the proportion of new AIDS diagnoses that had progressed from HIV to AIDS in less than 12 months.

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