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RESEARCH SUPPORT, N.I.H., EXTRAMURAL
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Demographic patterns and disparities in new HIV diagnoses attributed to injection drug use in the United States.

AIDS 2023 November 16
People who inject drugs (PWID) exhibit disproportionate HIV burdens in the United States. We characterized longitudinal patterns and demographic disparities in new HIV diagnoses attributed to injection drug use (IDU) in 2008-2020. Although new IDU-attributed HIV diagnoses fell by 53.9%, new HIV diagnoses remained disproportionately elevated in female (100.9/100 000), Black (258.8/100 000), and Hispanic (131.0/100 000) PWID. Despite considerable declines in new HIV diagnoses, disparities by race/ethnicity and sex persist among US PWID.

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