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|Georgia and south among hardest hit by HIV/AIDS, new map shows|
|by Dyana Bagby|
|June 03, 2011 15:39|
A new, interactive map was rolled out this week by the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University that shows in detail like never before where the most cases of AIDS are located in the U.S. Not surprisingly, the South, including Georgia, is one of the areas hardest hit.
AIDSVu is also the "first online tool to link state and county-level HIV prevalence data with local HIV testing sites, information about state AIDS Drug Assistance Programs and estimates of the percentage of HIV diagnoses that are made late in the course of the disease. AIDSVu will be updated on an ongoing basis as new data and information become available," according to a press release from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory.
Gay and bisexual men still account for the highest number of cases.
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