CDC Releases Data on New Cases of HIV

Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data on HIV incidence in the United States from 2007 to 2010. There were an estimated 47,500 new HIV infections in 2010, and incidence remains relatively stable at about 50,000. Data from this report also show two noteworthy trends; first, between 2008 and 2010, new HIV infections among African American women declined 21 percent, giving us cause for cautious optimism. Secondly, however, there was an increase in incidence of 22 percent among young gay and bisexual men aged 13 to 24 years.


Save the Dates!

The 2012 African American HIV University Community Mobilization College Class of 2012Graduation & Symposium (AAHU CMC Fellows) will present their community mobilization activities during Symposium on February 15th, 2013. Graduation will take place the next day, on February 16th. Both events are in Los Angeles.


Are You Ready for 2013

On behalf of the Black AIDS Insititute, I'd like to wish you a Happy New Year. We hope your holiday season was a joyous one.


Trends to Watch in 2013

As we anticipate the next big thing in the use of new media and emerging technologies to support HIV/AIDS and other health care efforts, we’ve asked experts and thought leaders across the Federal and private sectors to predict the trends to watch in 2013. Here’s what we heard them say.

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