HIV in the News

Published on: April 10, 2019
National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is observed each year on April 10 to educate the public about the impact of HIV and AIDS on young people and to highlight the work young people are doing across the country to respond to the epidemic.
Published on: April 8, 2019
The HIV prevention profiles highlight the current HIV prevention challenges, opportunities, and investments in select jurisdictions across the nation. The data presented on the profiles are from publicly available sources, including CDC's HIV surveillance reports and publications and AIDSVu.
Published on: April 2, 2019
This backgrounder explores how PS19-1904: Capacity Building Assistance (CBA) for High Impact HIV Prevention Program Integration will provide the hardest hit communities with the additional expertise, technology, and resources required to address the HIV epidemic.
Published on: March 21, 2019
This fact sheet contains visual information and statistical data about HIV among pregnant women, infants, and children.
Published on: March 21, 2019
An HIV transmission model indicated that, along the HIV care continuum, transmissions arise from persons with HIV infection who have not received a diagnosis or who have a diagnosed infection that is not controlled.
Published on: March 19, 2019
This web page and fact sheet provide statistical data about HIV among American Indians and Alaska Natives, discuss prevention challenges, and summarize key CDC HIV prevention activities.
Published on: March 18, 2019
CDC's latest Vital Signs, "Ending the HIV Epidemic: HIV Treatment Is Prevention," was released on March 18.
Published on: March 18, 2019
These infographics provide updated continuum of care data for HIV among youth.
Published on: March 12, 2019
The CDC HIV Prevention Progress Report reports on 21 key HIV prevention and care indicators and provides an objective way to assess progress on key indicators of the DHAP Strategic Plan 2017-2020 and other federal reporting activities.
Published on: March 8, 2019
March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), a time when organizations and communities across the United States come together to offer support, encourage discussion, and teach women and girls about the prevention of HIV, the importance of getting tested, and how to live with and manage HIV infection.