(AIDS Deaths by Method of Transmission and Gender) "From 2008 through 2010, the overall rates for adult and adolescent males and females decreased. The numbers of deaths of males with stage 3 (AIDS) whose HIV infection was attributed to injection drug use, to male-to-male sexual contact and injection drug use, and to heterosexual contact decreased. The numbers of deaths of males with infection attributed to male-to-male sexual contact and to perinatal transmission remained stable.
Data, statistics and information regarding HIV/AIDS related to injection drug use
(HIV Deaths in the US and 6 Dependent Territories in 2014, by Transmission Method, Race/Ethnicity, and Gender) The CDC estimates that of the 11,521 male adults or adolescents with a diagnosis of HIV in the US and 6 US dependent territories who died in 2014, in 6,195 cases the disease was reportedly transmitted through male-to-male sexual contact; 2,471 cases were reportedly transmitted through injection drug use; 1,221 cases were transmitted through male-to-male sexual contact and injection drug use; 1,543 cases were reportedly transmitted through heterosexual contact
(AIDS Deaths by Gender and Method of Transmission, 2010) The CDC estimates that of the 11,923 male adults or adolescents with diagnosed HIV infection which was ever classified as stage 3 (AIDS) who died in 2010, 5,980 of the cases were reportedly transmitted through male-to-male sexual contact (MSM), 2,907 were reportedly transmitted through injection drug use, 1,258 were reportedly transmitted through male-to-male sexual contact and injection drug use, 1,654 were reportedly transmitted through heterosexual contact, 26 were reportedly transmitted through perinatal exp
(HIV As A Leading Cause of Death, by Age) "Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease was not among the 15 leading causes of death in 2009. The age-adjusted death rate for HIV disease declined 9.1% from 2008 to 2009 (Table 16). Historically, HIV disease mortality reached its highest level in 1995 after a period of increase from 1987 through 1994. Subsequently, the rate for this disease decreased an average of 33.0% per year from 1995 through 1998, and 6.3% per year from 1999 through 2009 (23).
(Leading Causes of Death by Race/Ethnicity, 2008) The Centers for Disease Control reported that in 2008, HIV disease was the 25th leading cause of death in the US for non-Hispanic whites, the 10th leading cause of death for non-Hispanic blacks, and the 17th leading cause of death for Hispanics.
(AIDS Deaths in the US, 2010 and Cumulative) In 2010, a total of 16,093 persons in the US and 6 dependent areas were estimated to have died with a diagnosed HIV infection ever classified as stage 3 (AIDS). From the beginning of the epidemic through 2010, an estimated 658,992 persons in the US and 6 dependent areas are estimated to have died from AIDS.
(Persons Under Age 13 Diagnosed with Stage 3 (AIDS) in the US) According to the CDC, from the beginning of the AIDS epidemic through the end of 2011 a total of 9,945 cases of AIDS have been reported in the US and 6 dependent territories among children under age 13 at the time of diagnosis.
(AIDS Diagnoses in the US, by Transmission Method and Gender, Cumulative) According to the CDC, from the beginning of the AIDS epidemic through the end of 2011 there have been a total of 1,190,71 cases of AIDS reported in the US and 6 US dependent territories.
(Cases of AIDS, Cumulative Through 2007) "Through 2007, a total of 1,030,832 persons in the United States and dependent areas had been reported as having AIDS (Table 16). Three states (California, Florida, and New York) reported 43% of the cumulative AIDS cases and 36% of AIDS cases reported to CDC in 2007. In the 50 states and the District of Columbia, the rate of reported AIDS cases in 2007 was 12.4 per 100,000 population. When the U.S.