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Hispanic population in Virginia STD Trends Data through 2006

Hispanic population in Virginia STD Trends Data through 2006

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Hispanic population in Virginia STD Trends Data through 2006

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  1. Hispanic population in VirginiaSTD TrendsData through 2006

  2. Total Early Syphilis* Trends • Between 2005-2006, statewide increase (21%) in reported syphilis • In 2006, 63% of reported cases of Total Early Syphilis were black, 32% white, 4% Hispanic, and 1% reported another race • Majority of the reported cases of Total Early Syphilis among Hispanics, in 2006, were male(85%) • Most cases are 35 yrs. old at diagnosis • 45% from Eastern region *Includes a diagnosis of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

  3. VirginiaHispanic Total Early Syphilis* Cases by Region, 2006 (N=13) *Includes a diagnosis of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

  4. Hispanic population Cases of Total Early Syphilis* (1998-2006) *Includes a diagnosis of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

  5. Individuals Reported with Total Early Syphilis* among Hispanics, by Age in 2006 (N=13) *Includes a diagnosis of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

  6. Gonorrhea Trends Between 2005-2006, statewide decrease (22%) in reported gonorrhea. 34% decrease in reported Hispanic cases. In 2006, 15% of reported cases of Gonorrhea in Virginia were White, 79% Black, 2% were Hispanic, and 4% reported another race Majority of the reported cases of Gonorrhea among Hispanics, in 2006, were male(53%) Most cases are 20 yrs. old at diagnosis 31% from Northern region

  7. VirginiaHispanic Gonorrhea Cases by Region, 2006 (N=104)

  8. Hispanic PopulationCases Gonorrhea (1998-2006)

  9. Individuals Reported with Gonorrhea in the among Hispanics, by Age, in 2006 (N=104)

  10. Chlamydia Trends Between 2005-2006, statewide increase (6%) in reported Chlamydia and 26% increase in reported Hispanic Cases In 2006 in Virginia, 24% of reported cases of Chlamydia were White, 58% Black, 6% were Hispanic and 12% reported another race Majority of the reported cases of Chlamydia, among Hispanics were female (76%) In 2006, most cases are at 21 yrs. old at diagnosis 47% from Northern region

  11. VirginiaHispanic Chlamydia Cases by Region, 2006 (N=1425)

  12. Hispanic PopulationCases Chlamydia (1998-2006)

  13. Individuals Reported with Chlamydia among Hispanics, by age in 2006 (N=1,425)