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What is HIV?


HIV is the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It attacks your body's immune system by destroying CD4 cells, which help your body fight diseases. HIV can severely damage your immune system and lead to AIDS.


How is HIV treated?


HIV treatment may reduce the amount of HIV in your blood (called "viral load"). Treatment may also help to increase the number of CD4 cells in your blood which help fight off other infections.


Diagnoses of HIV Infection, by Age


In 2010, the estimated number of diagnoses of HIV infection in the 46 states with confidential name-based HIV infection reporting, by age at diagnosis, was as follows:


Age (Years)    

                                        

Estimated Number of Diagnoses of HIV Infection, 2010


Under 13               217


Ages 13-14            34


Ages 15-19      2,200


Ages 20-24      7,565


Ages 25-29      6,823


Ages 30-34      5,954


Ages 35-39      5,523


Ages 40-44      5,720


Ages 45-49       5,296


Ages 50-54        3,671


Ages 55-59        2,154


Ages 60-64        1,119


Ages 65 or older   853

 

Diagnoses of HIV Infection, by Race/Ethnicity

CDC tracks diagnoses of HIV infection information on seven racial and ethnic groups: American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian/other Pacific Islander, white, and multiple races.

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