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Prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the Greater Cleveland Area - 2000-2007

2000-2007 statistics of the number of people living with HIV (only) or AIDS in the Greater Cleveland Area, including all of Cuyahoga County.

The Cleveland Department of Public Health (CDPH) published the statistics reflecting the current burden of HIV/AIDS in the Greater Cleveland Area, including all of Cuyahoga County. These statistics reflect the number of people living with HIV only or AIDS, as of December 31st for the years citied.

Prevalence:

2000: 2,412 alive with 1,001 with HIV only and 1,411 AIDS

2001: 2,599 alive with 1,108 with HIV only and 1,491 AIDS

2002: 2,746 alive with 1,141 with HIV only and 1,605 AIDS

2003: 2,967 alive with 1,223 with HIV only and 1,744 AIDS

2004: 3,162 alive with 1,311 with HIV only and 1,851 AIDS

2005: 3,374 alive with 1,388 with HIV only and 1,986 AIDS

2006: 3,601 alive with 1,490 with HIV only and 2,111 AIDS

2007: 3,774 alive with 1,611 with HIV only and 2,163 AIDS.

Figures generated with CDPH data as of 060/05/2008.

Caution: Changes in these numbers do not reflect incidence, or new cases. Migration and departure, deaths, transition from HIV to AIDS occur throughout these years. Therefore, do not subtract the difference in the numbers of people living with HIV/AIDS year to year to determine the number of new cases.

Incidence (Cleveland only):

For incidence or new case statistics, please click on this link to obtain the most recent surveillance report.

Posted by db last modified March 18, 2009

Keywords: County, HIV/AIDS, Municipal, Statistics

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