The percent (%) annual AIDS deaths relative to the population of "American-Indians and Native Alaskans" in the US is < 0.009% at its peak in 1995 and < 0.003% in 1999. These values are slightly higher compared with those observed among "Asian-Americans & Pacific Islanders" (about 0.004% at its peak in 1995 and about 0.001% in 1999), or comparable with those among Whites (about 0.011% at its peak in 1995 and about 0.002% in 1999). They are very lower compared with the % AIDS deaths for the entire US population (about 0.018% at its peak in 1995 and about 0.006% in 1999). They are even much lower than those observed among African-Americans (about 0.058% at its peak in 1995 and about 0.023% in 1999), Hispanics (about 0.032% at its peak in 1993 and about 0.009% in 1999). Read also the general discussion and view figure(s) in the introduction section, Untitled Race . .

Read a comparison of AIDS cases among "Asian-Americans & Pacific Islanders" and "American-Indians and Native Alaskans".