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San Francisco is Changing the Face of AIDS Treatment

Posted on October 05, 2015

Blog: National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO)

Last year, San Francisco had only 302 new HIV diagnoses, the lowest recorded number. In 1992, at the epidemic’s peak, there were 2,332 diagnoses. Eighty-two percent of residents with HIV currently are in care, and 72 percent are virally suppressed, results that are much higher than national averages. The city’s chief strength has been a willingness […]

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