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In related news, a new report reveals that gay men are at most risk for HIV in the South:
Three out of every 10 gay or bisexual men in several cities in the South have been diagnosed with the HIV, three times the national rate, according to a shocking new study.
The study echoes other research that reported higher rates of HIV diagnoses in the South, in urban areas, and in gay and bisexual men, but it is the first to look at how common HIV diagnoses are in these men by city.
‘For the first time, we can see not only the numbers, but the proportions,’ said Dr. Jonathan Mermin of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The report found 21 of the 25 metro areas with the highest levels of HIV diagnosis in gay and bisexual men were in the South. HIV was diagnosed in about 3 in 10 gay and bisexual men in El Paso, Texas; Augusta, Georgia; and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In Jackson, Mississippi, the rate was 4 in 10, the highest in the nation.
About 11 per cent of gay and bisexual men had been diagnosed living with an HIV infection nationwide during the time covered by the study, according to the report.
Read more: Daily Mail