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  1. Quarterly HIV/AIDS Analysis for MichiganJuly 1, 2006 Michigan Department of Community Health HIV/STD & Other Bloodborne Infections Surveillance Section Division of Communicable Disease Bureau of Epidemiology

  2. Estimate of HIV Prevalence • This estimate is calculated using several data sources, including: • Persons who have not yet been tested • Persons tested but not yet reported to MDCH • Persons reported by name and living with HIV • Persons reported by name and living with AIDS MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  3. Reported Living with HIV/not AIDS: • All living persons confidentially reported • with HIV infection, excluding those • with AIDS. Reported Living with AIDS: • All living persons confidentially reported who meet the AIDS case definition. Reported Living with HIV/AIDS: • All living persons confidentially reported • with HIV infection, including those • with AIDS. MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  4. Persons living with HIV/AIDS by Sex # persons est. or reported living with HIV/AIDS MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  5. Persons living with HIV/AIDS by Age at Diagnosis, ages 0-39 # persons est. or reported living with HIV/AIDS MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  6. Persons living with HIV/AIDS by Age at Diagnosis, ages 40+ # persons est. or reported living with HIV/AIDS MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  7. Persons living with HIV/AIDSby Race & Ethnicity # persons est. or reported living with HIV/AIDS MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  8. Behavior Groups • Behaviors facilitate transmission. • It is the frequency of particular behaviors combined with the HIV prevalence in sexual or drug using networks that determines one’s risk for becoming infected. • Demographic descriptors further describe those at risk. MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  9. Persons living with HIV/AIDS by Behavior Group # persons est. or reported living with HIV/AIDS MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  10. Estimate of HIV Prevalence:Partner Behaviors for “High Risk” Heterosexually Infected Persons, Michigan (n=2170) MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  11. Estimate of HIV Prevalence:Injecting Drug Use Behavior, (n=2110) MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  12. Males Reported Living with HIV/AIDS by Race & Behavior (n=9,459) # Reported Cases MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  13. Females Reported Living with HIV/AIDS by Race & Behavior (n=2,885) # Reported Cases MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  14. Persons Living with HIV/AIDS by Mode of Transmission (n=12,344) MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  15. Black Males Living with HIV/AIDS,by Mode of Transmission (n =5,074) MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  16. White Males Living with HIV/AIDS,by Mode of Transmission (n =3,841) MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  17. Black Females Living with HIV/AIDS,by Mode of Transmission (n =2,130) MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  18. White Females Living with HIV/AIDS,by Mode of Transmission (n =578) MDCH/Bureau of Epidemiology/HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program July 1, 2006

  19. HIV Related Deaths in MI, all ages, by Race & Sex, 1990-2005* *Deaths for 2005 may be incomplete.

  20. Leading Causes of Death Among Black Men in MI, ages 25-44, 1990-2004 Number of Deaths Year of Death

  21. Leading Causes of Death Among White Men in MI, ages 25-44, 1990-2004 Number of Deaths Year of Death

  22. Leading Causes of Death Among Black Women in MI, ages 25-44, 1990-2004 Number of Deaths Year of Death

  23. Leading Causes of Death Among White Women in MI, ages 25-44, 1990-2004 Number of Deaths Year of Death

  24. Leading Causes of Death Among Hispanics in MI, ages 25-44, 2004 • Males age 25-44 (n=72): • Leading causes: • 14 cancer • 13 accidents • 10 heart disease • 8 suicide • 6 homicide • 3 stroke • 0 AIDS Females age 25-44 (n=30): Leading causes: • 8 cancer • 7 accidents • 2 homicide • 0 AIDS