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TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1991

Suggested Citation:
Centers for Disease Control. HIV/AIDS Surveillance Report, November, 1991

Report Description
The U.S. AIDS case data presented below are extracted from the "HIV/AIDS
Surveillance Report", published each month by the Division of HIV/AIDS,
Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA 30333
In addition to the data presented here, the printed report contains maps,
figures, and technical notes. Single copies of the printed report are
available free from:

National AIDS Information Clearinghouse
P.O. Box 6003
Rockville, MD 20850




Table 1. AIDS cases and annual incidence rates per 100,000 population,
by state, reported November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990
through October 1991; and cumulative totals, by state and age group,
through October 1991 *

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990-
Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991
STATE OF RESIDENCE No. Rate No. Rate

Alabama 213 5.3 347 8.6
Alaska 24 4.4 19 3.4
Arizona 372 10.1 254 6.8
Arkansas 196 8.3 189 8.0
California 7,078 23.8 7,769 25.6
Colorado 365 11.1 427 12.8
Connecticut 435 13.2 566 17.1
Delaware 87 13.1 78 11.6
District of Columbia 694 114.4 686 113.6
Florida 4,178 32.3 5,229 39.4
Georgia 1,253 19.3 1,400 21.3
Hawaii 158 14.3 193 17.2
Idaho 24 2.4 27 2.7
Illinois 1,239 10.8 1,470 12.9
Indiana 360 6.5 313 5.6
Iowa 47 1.7 103 3.7
Kansas 139 5.6 103 4.1
Kentucky 170 4.6 159 4.3
Louisiana 700 16.6 711 16.8
Maine 59 4.8 55 4.4
Maryland 983 20.6 944 19.5
Massachusetts 811 13.5 963 15.9
Michigan 545 5.9 588 6.3
Minnesota 172 3.9 225 5.1
Mississippi 278 10.8 199 7.7
Missouri 601 11.7 651 12.7
Montana 12 1.5 31 3.9
Nebraska 55 3.5 52 3.3
Nevada 179 14.9 246 19.8
New Hampshire 54 4.9 48 4.3
New Jersey 2,488 32.2 2,308 29.7
New Mexico 105 6.9 116 7.6
New York 8,267 46.0 8,052 44.6
North Carolina 604 9.1 533 8.0
North Dakota 4 0.6 4 0.6
Ohio 627 5.8 584 5.4
Oklahoma 211 6.7 194 6.1
Oregon 288 10.1 300 10.5
Pennsylvania 1,149 9.7 1,214 10.2
Rhode Island 103 10.3 81 8.0
South Carolina 366 10.5 305 8.7
South Dakota 5 0.7 7 1.0
Tennessee 366 7.5 326 6.6
Texas 3,259 19.2 3,174 18.4
Utah 109 6.3 108 6.2
Vermont 22 3.9 22 3.9
Virginia 622 10.1 713 11.4
Washington 649 13.3 546 11.1
West Virginia 67 3.7 54 3.0
Wisconsin 210 4.3 192 3.9
Wyoming 5 1.1 17 3.8

U.S. TOTAL 41,007 16.5 42,895 17.1


Guam 2 1.5 2 1.5
Pacific Islands, U.S. 1 0.4 - 0.0
Puerto Rico 1,868 53.0 1,762 49.6
Virgin Islands, U.S. 12 11.8 13 12.7


TOTAL 42,890 17.0 44,672 17.5




Table 1. AIDS cases and annual incidence rates per 100,000 population,
by state, reported November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990
through October 1991; and cumulative totals, by state and age group,
through October 1991 (Continued) *

Cumulative totals

Adults/ Children
STATE OF RESIDENCE adolescents <13 years old Total

Alabama 1,167 27 1,194
Alaska 114 3 117
Arizona 1,494 9 1,503
Arkansas 603 14 617
California 36,920 250 37,170
Colorado 1,952 11 1,963
Connecticut 2,290 68 2,358
Delaware 375 4 379
District of Columbia 3,202 44 3,246
Florida 18,239 492 18,731
Georgia 5,463 56 5,519
Hawaii 787 7 794
Idaho 97 2 99
Illinois 5,884 81 5,965
Indiana 1,298 11 1,309
Iowa 305 3 308
Kansas 524 4 528
Kentucky 628 8 636
Louisiana 2,853 47 2,900
Maine 258 2 260
Maryland 3,851 83 3,934
Massachusetts 4,048 89 4,137
Michigan 2,456 40 2,496
Minnesota 994 8 1,002
Mississippi 814 18 832
Missouri 2,386 20 2,406
Montana 79 2 81
Nebraska 227 2 229
Nevada 833 9 842
New Hampshire 225 5 230
New Jersey 11,986 351 12,337
New Mexico 441 3 444
New York 40,651 937 41,588
North Carolina 2,101 37 2,138
North Dakota 24 - 24
Ohio 2,737 43 2,780
Oklahoma 860 12 872
Oregon 1,242 7 1,249
Pennsylvania 5,400 84 5,484
Rhode Island 444 9 453
South Carolina 1,301 26 1,327
South Dakota 28 - 28
Tennessee 1,374 17 1,391
Texas 13,902 152 14,054
Utah 434 10 444
Vermont 91 2 93
Virginia 2,580 49 2,629
Washington 2,650 15 2,665
West Virginia 226 4 230
Wisconsin 793 7 800
Wyoming 51 - 51

U.S. TOTAL 189,682 3,184 192,866

Guam 10 - 10
Pacific Islands, U.S. 2 - 2
Puerto Rico 6,252 184 6,436
Virgin Islands, U.S. 88 4 92

TOTAL 196,034 3,372 199,406


* During October 1991, 3628 cases and 2111 deaths among adults/adolescents
and 60 cases and 19 deaths among children less than 13 years old
were reported to the CDC.

Table 2. AIDS cases and annual incidence rates per 100,000 population,
by metropolitan area with 500,000 or more population, reported
November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990 through October 1991;
and cumulative totals, by area and age group, through October 1991


Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990-
METROPOLITAN Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991
AREA OF RESIDENCE No. Rate No. Rate

Akron, Ohio 27 4.1 28 4.3
Albany-Schenectady, N.Y. 96 11.0 77 8.8
Allentown, Pa. 59 8.6 38 5.5
Anaheim, Calif. 366 15.2 331 13.5
Atlanta, Ga. 974 34.4 1,060 36.5
Austin, Tex. 230 29.4 213 26.4
Bakersfield, Calif. 27 5.0 58 10.4
Baltimore, Md. 659 27.7 561 23.4
Baton Rouge, La. 55 10.4 70 13.2
Bergen-Passaic, N.J. 335 26.2 254 19.9
Birmingham, Ala. 69 7.6 100 11.0
Boston, Mass. 587 15.5 661 17.4
Bridgeport, Conn. 115 13.9 163 19.6
Buffalo, N.Y. 108 11.2 82 8.5
Charleston, S.C. 81 16.0 62 12.0
Charlotte, N.C. 104 8.9 69 5.8
Chicago, Ill. 1,031 17.0 1,183 19.5
Cincinnati, Ohio 136 9.4 85 5.8
Cleveland, Ohio 123 6.7 176 9.6
Columbus, Ohio 137 9.9 115 8.3
Dallas, Tex. 814 31.9 728 27.9
Dayton, Ohio 58 6.1 57 6.0
Denver, Colo. 303 18.7 361 22.0
Detroit, Mich. 375 8.6 415 9.5
El Paso, Tex. 32 5.4 52 8.6
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 880 70.1 847 66.2
Fort Worth, Tex. 185 13.9 191 14.0
Fresno, Calif. 54 8.1 70 10.3
Gary, Ind. 33 5.5 35 5.8
Grand Rapids, Mich. 27 3.9 39 5.6
Greensboro, N.C. 103 10.9 93 9.8
Greenville, S.C. 44 6.9 43 6.6
Harrisburg, Pa. 36 6.1 40 6.8
Hartford, Conn. 147 13.1 176 15.6
Honolulu, Hawaii 110 13.2 140 16.6
Houston, Tex. 1,270 38.5 1,288 38.3
Indianapolis, Ind. 176 14.1 151 12.0
Jacksonville, Fla. 293 32.3 227 24.5
Jersey City, N.J. 357 64.5 410 74.2
Kansas City, Mo. 299 19.1 236 14.9
Knoxville, Tenn. 28 4.6 31 5.1
Lake County, Ill. 17 3.3 39 7.4
Las Vegas, Nev. 143 19.3 178 23.1
Little Rock, Ark. 77 15.0 70 13.5
Los Angeles, Calif. 2,264 25.5 2,884 32.0
Louisville, Ky. 67 7.0 68 7.1
Memphis, Tenn. 115 11.7 94 9.5
Miami, Fla. 1,100 56.8 1,960 99.6
Middlesex, N.J. 163 16.0 206 19.9
Milwaukee, Wis. 120 8.4 86 6.0
Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minn. 157 6.4 191 7.6
Monmouth-Ocean City, N.J. 198 20.1 177 17.7
Nashville, Tenn. 121 12.3 120 12.0
Nassau-Suffolk, N.Y. 405 15.5 332 12.7
New Bedford, Mass. 47 9.3 77 15.1
New Haven, Conn. 141 17.5 195 24.1
New Orleans, La. 408 32.9 413 33.4
New York, N.Y. 7,077 82.8 6,921 80.7
Newark, N.J. 1,044 57.2 890 48.9
Norfolk, Va. 155 11.1 164 11.6
Oakland, Calif. 626 30.1 363 17.2
Oklahoma City, Okla. 108 11.3 93 9.6
Omaha, Neb. 35 5.7 38 6.1
Orlando, Fla. 269 25.1 371 33.4
Oxnard-Ventura, Calif. 39 5.8 38 5.6
Philadelphia, Pa. 843 17.4 937 19.2
Phoenix, Ariz. 272 12.8 196 9.0
Pittsburgh, Pa. 129 6.3 120 5.9
Portland, Oreg. 229 18.5 234 18.7
Providence, R.I. 100 10.9 76 8.2
Raleigh-Durham, N.C. 126 17.1 115 15.3
Richmond, Va. 115 13.3 135 15.4
Riverside-San Bernardino, Calif. 255 9.9 348 12.9
Rochester, N.Y. 92 9.2 89 8.9
Sacramento, Calif. 120 8.1 215 14.2
Saint Louis, Mo. 285 11.7 356 14.5
Salt Lake City, Utah 99 9.2 94 8.6
San Antonio, Tex. 231 17.7 203 15.3
San Diego, Calif. 688 27.5 594 23.2
San Francisco, Calif. 2,039 127.1 2,058 127.4
San Jose, Calif. 179 12.0 169 11.1
San Juan, P.R. 1,194 70.7 1,093 64.0
Scranton, Pa. 48 6.5 37 5.0
Seattle, Wash. 482 24.4 386 19.2
Springfield, Mass. 88 14.6 89 14.7
Syracuse, N.Y. 42 6.4 39 5.9
Tacoma, Wash. 42 7.2 44 7.4
Tampa-Saint Petersburg, Fla. 421 20.4 492 23.3
Toledo, Ohio 42 6.8 36 5.9
Tucson, Ariz. 68 10.2 39 5.7
Tulsa, Okla. 55 7.8 59 8.3
Washington, D.C. 1,185 30.2 1,276 32.0
West Palm Beach, Fla. 355 41.1 374 41.9
Wilmington, Del. 81 14.0 58 9.9
Worcester, Mass. 37 5.2 79 11.0


METROPOLITAN AREAS WITH
500,000 OR MORE POPULATION 35,781 24.3 37,024 24.9


METROPOLITAN AREAS WITH
50,000 TO 500,000 POPULATION 4,435 9.1 4,809 9.8


NON-METROPOLITAN AREAS 2,513 4.4 2,677 4.7


TOTAL* 42,890 17.0 44,672 17.5


* Totals include 576 patients whose area of residence is unknown.


Table 2. AIDS cases and annual incidence rates per 100,000 population,
by metropolitan area with 500,000 or more population, reported
November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990 through October 1991;
and cumulative totals, by area and age group, through October 1991
(Continued)

Cumulative totals

METROPOLITAN Adults/ Children
AREA OF RESIDENCE adolescents <13 years old Total

Akron, Ohio 130 - 130
Albany-Schenectady, N.Y. 392 6 398
Allentown, Pa. 189 5 194
Anaheim, Calif. 1,580 10 1,590
Atlanta, Ga. 4,181 33 4,214
Austin, Tex. 887 11 898
Bakersfield, Calif. 160 2 162
Baltimore, Md. 2,318 62 2,380
Baton Rouge, La. 250 4 254
Bergen-Passaic, N.J. 1,524 39 1,563
Birmingham, Ala. 369 7 376
Boston, Mass. 3,084 63 3,147
Bridgeport, Conn. 679 23 702
Buffalo, N.Y. 334 3 337
Charleston, S.C. 286 3 289
Charlotte, N.C. 382 7 389
Chicago, Ill. 4,911 63 4,974
Cincinnati, Ohio 425 6 431
Cleveland, Ohio 713 12 725
Columbus, Ohio 589 4 593
Dallas, Tex. 3,389 21 3,410
Dayton, Ohio 272 6 278
Denver, Colo. 1,608 7 1,615
Detroit, Mich. 1,727 28 1,755
El Paso, Tex. 152 1 153
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 3,215 67 3,282
Fort Worth, Tex. 786 12 798
Fresno, Calif. 249 2 251
Gary, Ind. 123 1 124
Grand Rapids, Mich. 132 1 133
Greensboro, N.C. 337 7 344
Greenville, S.C. 166 - 166
Harrisburg, Pa. 194 4 198
Hartford, Conn. 689 15 704
Honolulu, Hawaii 593 4 597
Houston, Tex. 5,776 59 5,835
Indianapolis, Ind. 614 3 617
Jacksonville, Fla. 943 28 971
Jersey City, N.J. 2,050 57 2,107
Kansas City, Mo. 1,184 4 1,188
Knoxville, Tenn. 136 1 137
Lake County, Ill. 110 3 113
Las Vegas, Nev. 615 9 624
Little Rock, Ark. 238 7 245
Los Angeles, Calif. 13,193 107 13,300
Louisville, Ky. 261 5 266
Memphis, Tenn. 430 6 436
Miami, Fla. 5,845 192 6,037
Middlesex, N.J. 969 27 996
Milwaukee, Wis. 435 3 438
Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minn. 883 6 889
Monmouth-Ocean City, N.J. 795 29 824
Nashville, Tenn. 467 8 475
Nassau-Suffolk, N.Y. 1,880 47 1,927
New Bedford, Mass. 215 5 220
New Haven, Conn. 747 28 775
New Orleans, La. 1,782 26 1,808
New York, N.Y. 35,306 845 36,151
Newark, N.J. 4,953 158 5,111
Norfolk, Va. 570 12 582
Oakland, Calif. 2,353 17 2,370
Oklahoma City, Okla. 436 - 436
Omaha, Neb. 157 1 158
Orlando, Fla. 1,070 15 1,085
Oxnard-Ventura, Calif. 177 - 177
Philadelphia, Pa. 4,094 58 4,152
Phoenix, Ariz. 1,101 5 1,106
Pittsburgh, Pa. 646 4 650
Portland, Oreg. 973 4 977
Providence, R.I. 418 8 426
Raleigh-Durham, N.C. 459 10 469
Richmond, Va. 493 10 503
Riverside-San Bernardino, Calif. 1,297 18 1,315
Rochester, N.Y. 421 5 426
Sacramento, Calif. 803 11 814
Saint Louis, Mo. 1,133 14 1,147
Salt Lake City, Utah 382 7 389
San Antonio, Tex. 968 12 980
San Diego, Calif. 2,805 20 2,825
San Francisco, Calif. 11,086 18 11,104
San Jose, Calif. 847 8 855
San Juan, P.R. 3,905 118 4,023
Scranton, Pa. 157 3 160
Seattle, Wash. 1,981 10 1,991
Springfield, Mass. 275 13 288
Syracuse, N.Y. 187 6 193
Tacoma, Wash. 180 5 185
Tampa-Saint Petersburg, Fla. 1,958 37 1,995
Toledo, Ohio 148 3 151
Tucson, Ariz. 275 3 278
Tulsa, Okla. 247 4 251
Washington, D.C. 5,533 76 5,609
West Palm Beach, Fla. 1,686 66 1,752
Wilmington, Del. 308 3 311
Worcester, Mass. 226 4 230

METROPOLITAN AREAS WITH
500,000 OR MORE POPULATION 166,597 2,810 169,407


METROPOLITAN AREAS WITH
50,000 TO 500,000 POPULATION 18,331 340 18,671


NON-METROPOLITAN AREAS 10,549 203 10,752

TOTAL* 196,034 3,372 199,406


* Totals include 576 patients whose area of residence is unknown.

Table 3. AIDS cases by age group, exposure category, and sex,
reported November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990 through
October 1991; and cumulative totals, by age group and exposure
category, through October 1991, United States

Males

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990-
ADULT/ADOLESCENT Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 23,651 (63) 23,861 (62)
Injecting drug use 7,797 (21) 8,109 (21)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 2,463 (7) 2,338 (6)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 322 (1) 304 (1)
Heterosexual contact: 1,057 (3) 1,211 (3)

Sex with injecting drug user 475 535
Sex with bisexual male - -
Sex with person with hemophilia 2 4
Born in Pattern-II* country 306 323
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 26 22
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 24 29
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 224 298

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue** 504 (1) 458 (1)
Other/undetermined*** 1,469 (4) 2,222 (6)
Adult/adolescent subtotal 37,263 (100) 38,503 (100)


PEDIATRIC (<13 years old)
EXPOSURE CATEGORY

Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 31 (8) 25 (7)
Mother with/at risk for HIV
infection: 338 (82) 323 (85)

Injecting drug use 160 147
Sex with injecting drug user 81 56
Sex with bisexual male 6 4
Sex with person with hemophilia 1 2
Born in Pattern-II country 23 24
Sex with person born
in Pattern-II country 2 -
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 1 -
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 15 25
Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 6 7
Has HIV infection, risk not
specified 43 58

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 30 (7) 20 (5)
Other/undetermined 13 (3) 10 (3)
Pediatric subtotal 412 (100) 378 (100)

TOTAL 37,675 38,881

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report)
** Eighteen adults/adolescents and 2 children developed AIDS after receiving
blood screened negative for HIV antibody. One additional adult developed
AIDS after receiving tissue from an HIV-infected donor who screened
negative for HIV antibody.
*** "Other" refers to 4 persons who developed AIDS after exposure to
HIV-infected blood within the health care setting, as documented by
evidence of seroconversion or other laboratory studies. "Undetermined"
refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is unknown. This include
patients under investigation; patients who died, were lost to follow-up,
or refused interview; and patients whose mode of exposure to HIV remains
undetermined after investigation. See Figure 4.






Table 3. AIDS cases by age group, exposure category, and sex,
reported November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990 through
October 1991; and cumulative totals, by age group and exposure
category, through October 1991, United States (Continued)


Females

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990-

ADULT/ADOLESCENT Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men - (0) - (0)
Injecting drug use 2,370 (49) 2,655 (48)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use - (0) - (0)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 8 (0) 7 (0)
Heterosexual contact: 1,709 (35) 1,974 (36)

Sex with injecting drug user 1,107 1,162
Sex with bisexual male 140 149
Sex with person with hemophilia 31 21
Born in Pattern-II* country 115 163
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 20 27
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 38 54
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 258 398

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue** 359 (7) 257 (5)
Other/undetermined*** 397 (8) 582 (11)
Adult/adolescent subtotal 4,843 (100) 5,475 (100)

PEDIATRIC (<13 years old)
EXPOSURE CATEGORY

Hemophilia/coagulation disorder - (0) 2 (1)
Mother with/at risk for HIV
infection: 344 (92) 277 (88)

Injecting drug use 157 123
Sex with injecting drug user 72 54
Sex with bisexual male 7 6
Sex with person with hemophilia 1 -
Born in Pattern-II country 22 9
Sex with person born
in Pattern-II country 2 2
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 1 1
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 22 15
Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 6 6
Has HIV infection, risk not
specified 54 61

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 14 (4) 19 (6)
Other/undetermined 14 (4) 18 (6)
Pediatric subtotal 372 (100) 316 (100)

TOTAL 5,215 5,791

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report)
** Eighteen adults/adolescents and 2 children developed AIDS after receiving
blood screened negative for HIV antibody. One additional adult developed
AIDS after receiving tissue from an HIV-infected donor who screened
negative for HIV antibody.
*** "Other" refers to 4 persons who developed AIDS after exposure to
HIV-infected blood within the health care setting, as documented by
evidence of seroconversion or other laboratory studies. "Undetermined"
refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is unknown. This include
patients under investigation; patients who died, were lost to follow-up,
or refused interview; and patients whose mode of exposure to HIV remains
undetermined after investigation. See Figure 4.





Table 3. AIDS cases by age group, exposure category, and sex,
reported November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990 through
October 1991; and cumulative totals, by age group and exposure
category, through October 1991, United States (Continued)


Totals

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990- Cumulative
ADULT/ADOLESCENT Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991 Total****
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 23,651 (56) 23,861 (54) 114,749 (59)
Injecting drug use 10,167 (24) 10,764 (24) 43,964 (22)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 2,463 (6) 2,338 (5) 12,761 (7)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 330 (1) 311 (1) 1,655 (1)
Heterosexual contact: 2,766 (7) 3,185 (7) 11,330 (6)

Sex with injecting drug user 1,582 1,697 6,027
Sex with bisexual male 140 149 635
Sex with person with hemophilia 33 25 102
Born in Pattern-II* country 421 486 2,445
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 46 49 174
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 62 83 229
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 482 696 1,718

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue** 863 (2) 715 (2) 4,253 (2)
Other/undetermined*** 1,866 (4) 2,804 (6) 7,322 (4)
Adult/adolescent subtotal 42,106 (100) 43,978 (100) 196,034 (100)

PEDIATRIC (<13 years old)
EXPOSURE CATEGORY

Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 31 (4) 27 (4) 164 (5)
Mother with/at risk for HIV
infection: 682 (87) 600 (86) 2,839 (84)

Injecting drug use 317 270 1,395
Sex with injecting drug user 153 110 581
Sex with bisexual male 13 10 60
Sex with person with hemophilia 2 2 11
Born in Pattern-II country 45 33 240
Sex with person born
in Pattern-II country 4 2 13
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 2 1 13
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 37 40 139
Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 12 13 58
Has HIV infection, risk not
specified 97 119 329

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 44 (6) 39 (6) 285 (8)
Other/undetermined 27 (3) 28 (4) 84 (2)
Pediatric subtotal 784 (100) 694 (100) 3,372 (100)


TOTAL 42,890 44,672 199,406

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report
** Eighteen adults/adolescents and 2 children developed AIDS after receiving
blood screened negative for HIV antibody. One additional adult developed
AIDS after receiving tissue from an HIV-infected donor who screened
negative for HIV antibody.
*** "Other" refers to 4 persons who developed AIDS after exposure to
HIV-infected blood within the health care setting, as documented by
evidence of seroconversion or other laboratory studies. "Undetermined"
refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is unknown. This includ
patients under investigation; patients who died, were lost to follow-up,
or refused interview; and patients whose mode of exposure to HIV remains
undetermined after investigation. See Figure 4.
**** Includes 3 patients known to be infected with human immunodeficiency
virus type 2 (HIV-2). See MMWR 1989;38:572-580.



Table 4. AIDS cases by age group, exposure category, and race/ethnicity,
reported through October 1991, United States

White, not Black, not
ADULT/ADOLESCENT Hispanic Hispanic Hispanic

EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 80,820 (76) 19,783 (35) 12,801 (40)
Injecting drug use 8,943 (8) 22,076 (40) 12,740 (40)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 7,355 (7) 3,478 (6) 1,846 (6)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 1,363 (1) 126 (0) 134 (0)
Heterosexual contact: 2,391 (2) 6,743 (12) 2,109 (7)

Sex with injecting drug user 1,276 3,132 1,573
Sex with bisexual male 336 210 76
Sex with person with hemophilia 84 10 6
Born in Pattern-II* country 11 2,411 14
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 50 111 11
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 139 44 42
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 495 825 387

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue** 2,946 (3) 750 (1) 459 (1)
Other/undetermined*** 2,590 (2) 2,930 (5) 1,657 (5)
Adult/adolescent subtotal 106,408 (100) 55,886 (100) 31,746 (100)

PEDIATRIC (<13 years old)
EXPOSURE CATEGORY

Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 112 (16) 23 (1) 26 (3)
Mother with/at risk for HIV
infection: 448 (62) 1,644 (92) 723 (87)

Injecting drug use 217 812 359
Sex with injecting drug user 87 258 231
Sex with bisexual male 22 23 14
Sex with person with hemophilia 7 3 1
Born in Pattern-II country 1 237 2
Sex with person born
in Pattern-II country - 12 -
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 4 4 4
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 30 66 39
Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 20 25 13
Has HIV infection, risk not
specified 60 204 60

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 150 (21) 65 (4) 64 (8)
Other/undetermined 11 (2) 53 (3) 20 (2)
Pediatric subtotal 721 (100) 1,785 (100) 833 (100)

TOTAL 107,129 57,671 32,579

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report)
** Eighteen adults/adolescents and 2 children developed AIDS after receiving
blood screened negative for HIV antibody. One additional adult developed
AIDS after receiving tissue from an HIV-infected donor who screened
negative for HIV antibody.
*** "Other" refers to 4 persons who developed AIDS after exposure to
HIV-infected blood within the health care setting, as documented by
evidence of seroconversion or other laboratory studies. "Undetermined"
refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is unknown. This include
patients under investigation; patients who died, were lost to follow-up,
or refused interview; and patients whose mode of exposure to HIV remains
undetermined after investigation. See Figure 4.



Table 4. AIDS cases by age group, exposure category, and race/ethnicity,
reported through October 1991, United States (Continued)


American
Asian/ Indian/
Pacific Alaskan
ADULT/ADOLESCENT Islander Native Total****
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 913 (75) 169 (55) 114,749 (59)
Injecting drug use 54 (4) 56 (18) 43,964 (22)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 27 (2) 39 (13) 12,761 (7)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 18 (1) 8 (3) 1,655 (1)
Heterosexual contact: 44 (4) 12 (4) 11,330 (6)

Sex with injecting drug user 19 9 6,027
Sex with bisexual male 10 1 635
Sex with person with hemophilia 2 - 102
Born in Pattern-II* country 2 - 2,445
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 1 - 174
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 2 - 229
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 8 2 1,718

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue** 82 (7) 6 (2) 4,253 (2)
Other/undetermined*** 80 (7) 15 (5) 7,322 (4)
Adult/adolescent subtotal 1,218 (100) 305 (100) 196,034 (100)

PEDIATRIC (<13 years old)
EXPOSURE CATEGORY

Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 3 (18) - (0) 164 (5)
Mother with/at risk for HIV
infection: 8 (47) 7 (100) 2,839 (84)


Injecting drug use 2 1 1,395
Sex with injecting drug user 2 1 581
Sex with bisexual male 1 - 60
Sex with person with hemophilia - - 11
Born in Pattern-II country - - 240
Sex with person born
in Pattern-II country - - 13
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection - - 13
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 1 2 139
Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue - - 58
Has HIV infection, risk not
specified 2 3 329

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 6 (35) - (0) 285 (8)
Other/undetermined - (0) - (0) 84 (2)
Pediatric subtotal 17 (100) 7 (100) 3,372 (100)

TOTAL 1,235 312 199,406

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report
** Eighteen adults/adolescents and 2 children developed AIDS after receiving
blood screened negative for HIV antibody. One additional adult developed
AIDS after receiving tissue from an HIV-infected donor who screened
negative for HIV antibody.
*** "Other" refers to 4 persons who developed AIDS after exposure to
HIV-infected blood within the health care setting, as documented by
evidence of seroconversion or other laboratory studies. "Undetermined"
refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is unknown. This includ
patients under investigation; patients who died, were lost to follow-up,
or refused interview; and patients whose mode of exposure to HIV remains
undetermined after investigation. See Figure 4.
**** Includes 480 persons whose race/ethnicity is unknown.






Table 5. Adult/adolescent AIDS cases by sex, exposure category, and
race/ethnicity, reported through October 1991, United States


White, not Black, not
MALE Hispanic Hispanic Hispanic
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 80,820 (80) 19,783 (44) 12,801 (46)
Injecting drug use 6,760 (7) 16,146 (36) 10,629 (39)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 7,355 (7) 3,478 (8) 1,846 (7)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 1,335 (1) 118 (0) 132 (0)
Heterosexual contact: 770 (1) 3,146 (7) 511 (2)

Sex with injecting drug user 464 999 300
Sex with person with hemophilia 7 1 2
Born in Pattern-II* country 6 1,727 11
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 40 48 9
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 39 19 16
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 214 352 173

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue** 1,907 (2) 408 (1) 247 (1)
Other/undetermined*** 2,209 (2) 2,145 (5) 1,379 (5)
Male subtotal 101,156 (100) 45,224 (100) 27,545 (100)

FEMALE
EXPOSURE CATEGORY

Injecting drug use 2,183 (42) 5,930 (56) 2,111 (50)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 28 (1) 8 (0) 2 (0)
Heterosexual contact: 1,621 (31) 3,597 (34) 1,598 (38)

Sex with injecting drug user 812 2,133 1,273
Sex with bisexual male 336 210 76
Sex with person with hemophilia 77 9 4
Born in Pattern-II country 5 684 3
Sex with person born
in Pattern-II country 10 63 2
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 100 25 26
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 281 473 214

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 1,039 (20) 342 (3) 212 (5)
Other/undetermined 381 (7) 785 (7) 278 (7)
Female subtotal 5,252 (100) 10,662 (100) 4,201 (100)

TOTAL 106,408 55,886 31,746

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report
** Eighteen adults/adolescents and 2 children developed AIDS after receiving
blood screened negative for HIV antibody. One additional adult developed
AIDS after receiving tissue from an HIV-infected donor who screened
negative for HIV antibody.
*** "Other" refers to 4 persons who developed AIDS after exposure to
HIV-infected blood within the health care setting, as documented by
evidence of seroconversion or other laboratory studies. "Undetermined"
refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is unknown. This includ
patients under investigation; patients who died, were lost to follow-up,
or refused interview; and patients whose mode of exposure to HIV remains
undetermined after investigation. See Figure 4.




Table 5. Adult/adolescent AIDS cases by sex, exposure category, and
race/ethnicity, reported through October 1991, United States
(Continued)

American
Asian/ Indian/
Pacific Alaskan
MALE Islander Native Total****
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 913 (82) 169 (64) 114,749 (65)
Injecting drug use 38 (3) 33 (13) 33,681 (19)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 27 (2) 39 (15) 12,761 (7)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 18 (2) 8 (3) 1,617 (1)
Heterosexual contact: 9 (1) 3 (1) 4,447 (3)

Sex with injecting drug user 5 3 1,772
Sex with person with hemophilia - - 10
Born in Pattern-II* country 2 - 1,752
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 1 - 98
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection - - 75
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 1 - 740

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue** 51 (5) 1 (0) 2,620 (1)
Other/undetermined*** 63 (6) 10 (4) 5,850 (3)
Male subtotal 1,119 (100) 263 (100) 175,725 (100)

FEMALE
EXPOSURE CATEGORY


Injecting drug use 16 (16) 23 (55) 10,283 (51)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder - (0) - (0) 38 (0)
Heterosexual contact: 35 (35) 9 (21) 6,883 (34)

Sex with injecting drug user 14 6 4,255
Sex with bisexual male 10 1 635
Sex with person with hemophilia 2 - 92
Born in Pattern-II country - - 693
Sex with person born
in Pattern-II country - - 76
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 2 - 154
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 7 2 978

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 31 (31) 5 (12) 1,633 (8)
Other/undetermined 17 (17) 5 (12) 1,472 (7)
Female subtotal 99 (100) 42 (100) 20,309 (100)

TOTAL 1,218 305 196,034

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report
** Eighteen adults/adolescents and 2 children developed AIDS after receiving
blood screened negative for HIV antibody. One additional adult developed
AIDS after receiving tissue from an HIV-infected donor who screened
negative for HIV antibody.
*** "Other" refers to 4 persons who developed AIDS after exposure to
HIV-infected blood within the health care setting, as documented by
evidence of seroconversion or other laboratory studies. "Undetermined"
refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is unknown. This includ
patients under investigation; patients who died, were lost to follow-up,
or refused interview; and patients whose mode of exposure to HIV remains

undetermined after investigation. See Figure 4.
**** Includes 418 males and 53 females whose race/ethnicity is unknown.





Table 6. AIDS cases in adolescents and adults under age 25, by exposure
category, reported November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990
through October 1991, and cumulative totals through October 1991,
United States
13-19 years old

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990- Cumulative
Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991 Total
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 30 (18) 28 (18) 189 (25)
Injecting drug use 21 (13) 23 (15) 96 (13)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 4 (2) 6 (4) 32 (4)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 51 (30) 46 (30) 231 (30)
Heterosexual contact: 41 (24) 20 (13) 104 (14)

Sex with injecting drug user 31 13 71
Sex with bisexual male - - 3
Sex with person with hemophilia 1 2 3
Born in Pattern-II* country 2 2 14
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country - 1 1
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 1 - 1
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 6 2 11

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 9 (5) 8 (5) 53 (7)
Undetermined** 12 (7) 24 (15) 53 (7)

TOTAL 168 (100) 155 (100) 758 (100)

* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report
** "Undetermined" refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is
unknown. This includes patients under investigation; patients who
died, were lost to follow-up, or refused interview; and patients
whose mode of exposure to HIV remains undetermined after investigation.


Table 6. AIDS cases in adolescents and adults under age 25, by exposure
category, reported November 1989 through October 1990, November 1990
through October 1991, and cumulative totals through October 1991,
United States (Continued)


20-24 years old

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990- Cumulative
Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991 Total
EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 834 (51) 698 (46) 4,368 (55)
Injecting drug use 301 (18) 298 (20) 1,360 (17)
Men who have sex with men
and injecting drug use 153 (9) 98 (7) 711 (9)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 33 (2) 37 (2) 200 (3)
Heterosexual contact: 201 (12) 208 (14) 825 (10)

Sex with injecting drug user 127 127 478
Sex with bisexual male 9 9 58
Sex with person with hemophilia 5 2 17
Born in Pattern-II* country 21 14 122
Sex with person born in
Pattern-II country 5 2 10
Sex with transfusion recipient
with HIV infection 4 3 9
Sex with person with HIV
infection, risk not specified 30 51 131

Receipt of blood transfusion,
blood components, or tissue 21 (1) 20 (1) 113 (1)
Undetermined** 85 (5) 143 (10) 368 (5)


TOTAL 1,628 (100) 1,502 (100) 7,945 (100)


* See technical notes (available only in the printed version of this report)
** "Undetermined" refers to patients whose mode of exposure to HIV is
unknown. This includes patients under investigation; patients who
died, were lost to follow-up, or refused interview; and patients
whose mode of exposure to HIV remains undetermined after investigation.




Table 7. AIDS cases by sex, age at diagnosis, and race/ethnicity,
reported through October 1991, United States

White, not Black, not
MALE Hispanic Hispanic Hispanic
AGE AT DIAGNOSIS (YEARS) No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Under 5 241 (0) 796 (2) 361 (1)
5-12 190 (0) 125 (0) 90 (0)
13-19 266 (0) 166 (0) 113 (0)
20-24 3,303 (3) 2,007 (4) 1,232 (4)
25-29 15,223 (15) 7,106 (15) 4,676 (17)
30-34 23,613 (23) 11,268 (24) 7,062 (25)
35-39 22,362 (22) 10,730 (23) 6,190 (22)
40-44 15,623 (15) 6,416 (14) 3,864 (14)
45-49 9,237 (9) 3,439 (7) 2,014 (7)
50-54 5,004 (5) 1,942 (4) 1,133 (4)
55-59 3,140 (3) 1,149 (2) 694 (2)
60-64 1,813 (2) 608 (1) 345 (1)
65 or older 1,572 (2) 393 (1) 222 (1)
Male subtotal 101,587 (100) 46,145 (100) 27,996(100)

FEMALES
AGE AT DIAGNOSIS (YEARS)

Under 5 234 (4) 753 (7) 318 (7)
5-12 56 (1) 111 (1) 64 (1)
13-19 56 (1) 114 (1) 29 (1)
20-24 327 (6) 659 (6) 332 (7)
25-29 977 (18) 2,006 (17) 951 (21)
30-34 1,202 (22) 3,016 (26) 1,099 (24)
35-39 859 (15) 2,407 (21) 840 (18)
40-44 505 (9) 1,165 (10) 446 (10)
45-49 263 (5) 539 (5) 214 (5)
50-54 197 (4) 322 (3) 126 (3)
55-59 212 (4) 183 (2) 72 (2)
60-64 180 (3) 118 (1) 42 (1)
65 or older 474 (9) 133 (1) 50 (1)
Female subtotal 5,542 (100) 11,526 (100) 4,583(100)

TOTAL 107,129 57,671 32,579


Table 7. AIDS cases by sex, age at diagnosis, and race/ethnicity,
reported through October 1991, United States (Continued)

American
Asian/ Indian/
Pacific Alaskan
MALE Islander Native Total*

AGE AT DIAGNOSIS (YEARS) No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Under 5 6 (1) 4 (1) 1,411 (1)
5-12 5 (0) - (0) 412 (0)
13-19 7 (1) 5 (2) 557 (0)
20-24 38 (3) 13 (5) 6,609 (4)
25-29 155 (14) 58 (22) 27,274 (15)
30-34 224 (20) 70 (26) 42,321 (24)
35-39 257 (23) 54 (20) 39,696 (22)
40-44 187 (17) 33 (12) 26,190 (15)
45-49 112 (10) 16 (6) 14,863 (8)
50-54 60 (5) 5 (2) 8,166 (5)
55-59 39 (3) 5 (2) 5,044 (3)
60-64 12 (1) 3 (1) 2,785 (2)
65 or older 28 (2) 1 (0) 2,220 (1)
Male subtotal 1,130 (100) 267 (100) 177,548 (100)

FEMALES
AGE AT DIAGNOSIS (YEARS)

Under 5 1 (1) 3 (7) 1,312 (6)
5-12 5 (5) - (0) 237 (1)
13-19 1 (1) 1 (2) 201 (1)
20-24 6 (6) 5 (11) 1,336 (6)
25-29 8 (8) 5 (11) 3,958 (18)
30-34 20 (19) 14 (31) 5,362 (25)
35-39 14 (13) 5 (11) 4,136 (19)
40-44 19 (18) 5 (11) 2,143 (10)
45-49 8 (8) 3 (7) 1,032 (5)
50-54 7 (7) 1 (2) 654 (3)
55-59 4 (4) - (0) 473 (2)
60-64 7 (7) 2 (4) 349 (2)
65 or older 5 (5) 1 (2) 665 (3)
Female subtotal 105 (100) 45 (100) 21,858 (100)

TOTAL 1,235 312 199,406

* Includes 480 persons whose race/ethnicity is unknown.




Table 8. AIDS cases, case-fatality rates, and deaths by half-year and age
group, through October 1991, United States


Adults/adolescents

Cases diagnosed Case-fatality Deaths occuring
HALF-YEAR during interval rate during interval

Before 1981 79 86.1 30
1981 Jan.-June 91 91.2 38
July-Dec. 207 90.8 86
1982 Jan.-June 392 91.8 151
July-Dec. 690 89.3 284
1983 Jan.-June 1,280 93.0 520
July-Dec. 1,644 92.4 927
1984 Jan.-June 2,558 90.6 1,386
July-Dec. 3,382 91.5 1,945
1985 Jan.-June 4,848 90.5 2,793
July-Dec. 6,271 89.4 3,819
1986 Jan.-June 8,259 88.0 5,030
July-Dec. 9,893 85.2 6,422
1987 Jan.-June 12,831 85.1 7,451
July-Dec. 14,221 80.7 7,817
1988 Jan.-June 16,241 76.4 9,142
July-Dec. 16,642 73.3 10,398
1989 Jan.-June 18,674 65.4 11,915
July-Dec. 18,553 59.5 13,586
1990 Jan.-June 19,221 49.3 13,078
July-Dec. 17,784 38.5 13,402
1991 Jan.-June 16,863 24.3 12,178
July-Oct. 5,410 12.4 3,895

TOTAL* 196,034 64.5 126,491


* Death totals include 198 adults/adolescents and 6 children known to
have died, but whose dates of death are unknown.


Table 8. AIDS cases, case-fatality rates, and deaths by half-year and age
group, through October 1991, United States (Continued)

Children <13 years old

Cases diagnosed Case-fatality Deaths occuring
HALF-YEAR during interval rate during interval

Before 1981 6 66.7 1
1981 Jan.-June 9 77.8 2
July-Dec. 5 100.0 7
1982 Jan.-June 14 78.6 7
July-Dec. 15 80.0 5
1983 Jan.-June 34 97.1 13
July-Dec. 42 83.3 16
1984 Jan.-June 49 85.7 26
July-Dec. 62 80.6 24
1985 Jan.-June 97 74.2 44
July-Dec. 129 77.5 69
1986 Jan.-June 136 77.9 66
July-Dec. 188 68.6 90
1987 Jan.-June 221 68.8 117
July-Dec. 252 62.3 163
1988 Jan.-June 241 56.4 132
July-Dec. 326 53.7 164
1989 Jan.-June 331 50.2 165
July-Dec. 312 45.5 178
1990 Jan.-June 318 36.2 176
July-Dec. 311 29.3 167
1991 Jan.-June 226 24.3 127
July-Oct. 48 6.3 33

TOTAL* 3,372 53.3 1,798

* Death totals include 198 adults/adolescents and 6 children known to
have died, but whose dates of death are unknown.



Table 9. AIDS cases by year of diagnosis and definition category,
diagnosed through October 1991, United States

Year of diagnosis

Before Nov. 1987- Nov. 1988
Nov. 1987 Oct. 1988 Oct. 1989
DEFINITION CATEGORY* No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Pre-1987 definition 56,200 (89) 23,599 (72) 26,200 (70)
1987 definition:** 6,859 (11) 8,961 (28) 11,368 (30)
Specific disease
presumptively diagnosed 3,657 5,062 6,524
Specific disease
definitively diagnosed 837 615 764
HIV encephalopathy 823 1,111 1,341
HIV wasting syndrome 1,542 2,173 2,739


TOTAL 63,059 (100) 32,560 (100) 37,568 (100)


* Persons who meet the criteria for more than one definition category are
classified in the definition category listed first.
** Persons who meet only the 1987 AIDS case definition and whose date of
diagnosis is before September 1987 were diagnosed retrospectively.





Table 9. AIDS cases by year of diagnosis and definition category,
diagnosed through October 1991, United States (Continued)

Year of diagnosis

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1990- Cumulative
Oct. 1990 Oct. 1991 total
DEFINITION CATEGORY* No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)

Pre-1987 definition 25,125 (66) 17,527 (62) 148,651 (75)
1987 definition:** 12,766 (34) 10,801 (38) 50,755 (25)
Specific disease
presumptively diagnosed 7,842 6,703 29,788
Specific disease
definitively diagnosed 826 654 3,696
HIV encephalopathy 1,332 961 5,568
HIV wasting syndrome 2,766 2,483 11,703

TOTAL 37,891 (100) 28,328 (100) 199,406 (100)

* Persons who meet the criteria for more than one definition category are
classified in the definition category listed first.
** Persons who meet only the 1987 AIDS case definition and whose date of
diagnosis is before September 1987 were diagnosed retrospectively.





Table 10. Adult/adolescent AIDS cases by single and multiple exposure
categories reported through October 1991, United States



AIDS cases

EXPOSURE CATEGORY No. (%)

Men who have sex with men 110,361 (56)
Injecting drug use (female and heterosexual male) 37,575 (19)
Hemophilia/coagulation disorder 1,059 (1)
Heterosexual contact 10,850 (6)
Receipt of blood transfusion, blood component, or tissue 4,253 (2)
Other/undetermined 7,322 (4)


SINGLE MODE OF EXPOSURE SUBTOTAL 171,420 (87)


MULTIPLE MODES OF EXPOSURE


Men who have sex with men; injecting drug use 11,458 (6)
Men who have sex with men; hemophilia 41 (0)
Men who have sex with men; heterosexual contact 2,334 (1)
Men who have sex with men; receipt of transfusion 1,877 (1)
Injecting drug use; hemophilia 44 (0)
Injecting drug use; heterosexual contact 5,260 (3)
Injecting drug use; receipt of transfusion 805 (0)
Hemophilia; heterosexual contact 9 (0)
Hemophilia; receipt of transfusion 574 (0)
Heterosexual contact; receipt of transfusion 480 (0)
Men who have sex with men; injecting drug use; hemophilia 9 (0)
Men who have sex with men; injecting drug use; heterosexual
contact 960 (0)
Men who have sex with men; injecting drug use; receipt of
transfusion 286 (0)
Men who have sex with men; hemophilia; heterosexual
contact 3 (0)
Men who have sex with men; hemophilia; receipt of
transfusion 20 (0)
Men who have sex with men; heterosexual contact;
receipt of transfusion 113 (0)
Injecting drug use; hemophilia; heterosexual contact 6 (0)
Injecting drug use; hemophilia; receipt of transfusion 21 (0)
Injecting drug use; heterosexual contact;
receipt of transfusion 246 (0)
Hemophilia; heterosexual contact; receipt of transfusion 13 (0)
Men who have sex with men; injecting drug use; hemophilia;
heterosexual contact 1 (0)
Men who have sex with men; injecting drug use; hemophilia;
receipt of transfusion 6 (0)
Men who have sex with men; injecting drug use; heterosexual
contact; receipt of transfusion 41 (0)
Injecting drug use; hemophilia; heterosexual contact;
receipt of transfusion 7 (0)

MULTIPLE MODES of EXPOSURE SUBTOTAL 24,614 (13)

TOTAL 196,034 (100)


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