Apr 27, 2016 ... Estimated New HIV Diagnoses Among Youth Aged 13-24 ... States and is
insufficient in many areas according to CDC's 2014 School Health Profiles. ...
Finally, sex education has been declining over time across the country.
Diagnoses of HIV Infection Among Adolescents and Young. Adults Aged 13-24 ...
Adults Aged 13-24 Years, by Transmission Category, 2009–2013 ... a
Heterosexual contact with a person known to have, or to be at high risk for, HIV
Many young people, even those with high-risk behaviors for HIV, have never had
an ... Two and a half percent of HIV infections among young people ages 13-24 ...
Undiagnosed HIV cases are thought to be highest among young people. ...
estimates more than half of all undiagnosed HIV infections are youth ages 13 –
24. ... it is likely that many young adults – those between age 20-30 may have
AIDS Program during 2013,2 15% were youth and young adults. (hereafter ... HIV
-infected men who have sex with men aged 13–24.5 Other recent HRSA .... HIV
Care Continuum.21 For many women and girls, engagement in care and ...
HIV and Youth Quiz (ages 13-24) ... 2) Young people who have dropped out of
school are more likely to become sexually active at younger ages and to fail to ...
www.healthyteennetwork.org/sites/default/files/ARG - Addressing HIV AIDS among Youth.pdf
youth ages 15-24 represented only 25% of the sexually experienced ... HIV.
African American youth have been most heavily affected, accounting for 55 ...
Young women now account for nearly 40 percent of all new HIV infections among
13-24 year .... many adolescents continue to engage in risky sexual behaviors
But many young people still do not think they are personally at risk for HIV. teens-
on-steps.jpg. How is HIV Spread? Are You Afraid You May Already Have HIV? ...
And in 2010, only 35% of adults aged 18–24 had ever received a test. ...
population, but accounted for 57% of new HIV infections among those aged 13–
amfAR Congressional Briefing Illuminates Need for Youth-Focused Prevention ...
of young people living with HIV in the U.S., many of whom have no idea they are
infected. ... 54 percent of all cases from 2004–2007 among people aged 13–24.
Because many HIV-infected adolescents and young adults have not been tested
... (2) Among new cases of HIV reported among young women aged 13-24 years