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Untitled Estimated AIDS Cases in Adult/Adolescent Women, by Exposure Category and Race/Ethnicity, Diagnosed through 2000 (US)36

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Untitled Estimated AIDS Prevalence* among Women, by Risk Exposure, 1985-1999 (US)36

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Untitled AIDS Rates per 100,000 Women, by Region and Race/Ethnicity, Reported in 2000 (US)36


Untitled Visit CDC Slide Sets for the latest, as well as the slides links and other links included below for more detailed graphical and descriptive analysis of AIDS in the United States. Visit the special section on HIV/AIDS Surveillance in Women (outlined below).
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