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HIV diagnoses in New York City are at their lowest since records began

PinkNews Friday, 29 November 2019
Less than 2,000 people in New York City were diagnosed with HIV last year, making it the lowest number of diagnoses since records started in 2001. Data released in the 2018 HIV Surveillance Annual Report showed that 1,917 people in the city received a HIV diagnosis in 2018, down 11 per cent from the previous …...
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