CDC: Young black males face highest HIV risk among gays

09/12/2008 | Southern Voice

New CDC statistics from 2006 reportedly show black gay and bisexual males ages 13 to 29 are faced with higher HIV infection rates than other groups of gay and bisexual men. The numbers indicate 72% of the 56,000 Americans diagnosed with HIV in 2006 were gay and bisexual; within that group, 46% were white, 35% were black and 19% were Latino.

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