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While blacks make up approximately 13% of the US population, in 2005, blacks accounted for __________ of the estimated 37,331 new HIV/AIDS diagnoses in the 33 states with long-term, confidential name-based HIV reporting.
Each of the following is an accurate statement about HIV risk factors for blacks EXCEPT:
In 2005, blacks were about _____ times as likely as whites to have gonorrhea and about 3 times as likely to have syphilis.
The socioeconomic problems associated with poverty include limited access to…
HIV/AIDS is a growing problem among American Indians and Alaska Natives, as demonstrated by which of the following 2005 statistics?
High rates of __________________ among American Indians and Alaska Natives suggest that the sexual behaviors that facilitate the spread of HIV are relatively common among American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Which of the following is NOT a correct statement about HIV testing for American Indians and Alaska Natives?
In 2005, the rate of AIDS diagnosis by race/ethnicity was lowest for Asians and Pacific Islanders (3.6 per 100,000 population), compared with…
Which of the following is an accurate statement about substance abuse and HIV/AIDS among Asian and Pacific Islander populations?
Studies indicate that for Hispanic/Latino men living with HIV/AIDS, the most common methods of HIV transmission were, in order:
_____________factors contribute to the HIV epidemic and prevention challenges in the US Hispanic/Latino community.
Social structure and ____________ among transient Hispanic/Latino immigrants can affect awareness and hinder access to HIV/AIDS prevention and care.
Although the number of HIV diagnoses for MSM _______ during the 1980s and 1990s, recent surveillance data show a ________ in HIV diagnoses for this group.
A study of MSM found that _______________ were most likely to contract HIV.
One review found that among MSM men who received an HIV prevention intervention, the proportion who engaged in unprotected sex decreased, on average, ___%.
The number of persons aged 50 years and older living with HIV/AIDS has been increasing in recent years, partly due to…
HIV risk factors for persons aged 50 and over may include all of the following EXCEPT:
Physicians may miss a diagnosis of AIDS with older adults because some symptoms can mimic those of normal aging, such as:
While early in the epidemic, HIV infection and AIDS were diagnosed for relatively few women and female adolescents, today women account for more than _______ of all new HIV/AIDS diagnoses.
To date, there are no confirmed cases of ____________ sexual transmission of HIV in the United States database.
It is important that health care providers remember that sexual identity does not necessarily predict behavior, and that some women who identify themselves as women who have sex with women or lesbian may still be at risk for HIV infection through unprotected sex with men.
Research has shown that a large proportion of young people are not concerned about becoming infected with HIV, which reinforces the need for…._____________ information about HIV infection and AIDS.