A study in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases showed that in 2016, San Francisco reported a new low record of only 223 new HIV diagnoses, which researchers attributed to the city's "Getting to Zero SF" initiative. Those working to advance "Getting to Zero SF" intend to lower the percentage of HIV-associated deaths and new HIV diagnoses by 2020 to 10% of those reported in 2013.
San Francisco has lowest-ever number of new HIV diagnoses
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