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ANNUAL HIV SURVEILLANCE

SUMMARY REPORT

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA

December 2014

Contact Information & Contributors


The Annual HIV Surveillance Summary is prepared by the
Bureau of Epidemiology
Pennsylvania Department of Health
Bureau of Epidemiology
Division of Infectious Disease Epidemiology
HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Section

Atmaram Nambiar, MD, MPH, Director, Division of Infectious Disease Epidemiology


Godwin Obiri, DrPH, MS, Director, HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology
Martin Ngokion, MD, MPH, Epidemiologist
Michael Allen, MPH, Epidemiology Research Associate
Bonnie Krampe, MPH, Epidemiology Research Associate
Ikechukwu Onukogu, MS, Epidemiology Program Specialist

The HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Section gratefully acknowledges the support of
community health districts, county/municipal health departments, physicians,
hospitals and laboratories reporting HIV cases in Pennsylvania.
This project is funded by a grant award from the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention.
Requests for reprints, updates and inquiries may be sent to:
ATTN: 'Annual HIV Summary Report' Requests
HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Section
Division of Infectious Disease Epidemiology
Bureau of Epidemiology
Pennsylvania Department of Health
Health & Welfare Building, Room 933
625 Forster Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120

The data provided in the tables, figures and maps are based on HIV reports received through March 31, 2015.
Expanded analysis of data presented in the Annual HIV Surveillance Summary and other HIV data may be
requested by sending e-mail to c-hivepi@state.pa.us or by telephone/fax to our office at 717-783-0481(tel) or
717-772-6975(fax).

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is an equal opportunity provider of grants, contracts, services and
employment
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A Special Note for the Readers of Pennsylvania HIV Surveillance Report


Explanation for Changes in the Annual HIV Surveillance Summary Report
This note is intended to inform all readers of changes we have introduced in the Pennsylvania Annual Human
Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Surveillance Summary Report. The format of this annual summary has changed
from the format used in previous years to reflect some changes in the way HIV is viewed. This report considers
HIV infection as a single disease entity with varying degrees of severity rather than using separate disease
classifications for HIV infection without AIDS and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).
Since the inception of the annual summary report, HIV has been depicted as two conditions, HIV infection
without AIDS and AIDS, respectively. This artificial separation served a purpose at the time. However, with
advances in the clinical and epidemiologic experiences with HIV infection, HIV disease is now viewed as a
spectrum condition; progressing from early stage of infection to full-blown symptomatic infection.
In 2002, Pennsylvania promulgated public health regulations revising the reportability of adult and pediatric
AIDS, adding HIV, CD4 count (<200 cells/uL or <14%), detectable viral load and perinatal exposure to HIV.
The new regulations took effect on October 18, 2002 and active surveillance was conducted retrospectively to
January 1, 2000. Since that time, HIV reporting has been ongoing statewide with the exception of the county of
Philadelphia where it did not become reportable by name until October 2005.
In addition, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently made changes to the HIV
case definition, taking into account advances in testing and detection. This new case definition recognizes HIV
infection as a disease with varying degrees of severity. For adults and adolescents (i.e., persons aged >13
years), the HIV infection classification system and the surveillance case definitions for HIV infection and AIDS
were revised by the CDC in 2008 and combined into a single case definition for HIV infection. In addition, the
HIV infection case definition for children aged <13 years and the AIDS case definition for children aged 18
months to <13 years were also revised. No changes were made to the HIV infection classification system, the
24 AIDS-defining conditions for children aged <13 years, or the AIDS case definition for children aged <18
months. These case definitions are intended for public health surveillance only and not as a guide for clinical
diagnosis. CDC and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists recommended that all states and
territories conduct case surveillance of HIV infection and AIDS using the 2008 surveillance case definitions.
The data in previous years tables and figures were constructed separately for HIV infection without AIDS and
AIDS. Most tables and figures now have HIV infection without AIDS combined with AIDS under one identity
called HIV disease. Consequently, any comparison of this report to previous years should take into account
these differences.
Questions or comments can be directed to
Dr. Godwin Obiri, Director, HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology
Bureau of Epidemiology
717/783-0481 or e-mail: gobiri@pa.gov

Table of Contents
2014 HIV Surveillance Spotlight

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4

Figure 1

Annual Diagnoses of AIDS and HIV infection Without AIDS, 1980-2014

Figure 2

Number of Cases of AIDS and HIV Infection Without AIDS by Current Vital Status and Year of Diagnosis

Table 1

Annual Diagnoses of HIV Disease for Adult/Adolescent and Pediatric by Year of Diagnosis

Table 2

Number of Cases of HIV Disease by Sex, Race/Ethinicity, and Year of Diagnosis, 2008-2014

Table 3

Number of Cases of HIV Disease by Age and Year of Diagnosis, 2008-2014

Table 4

Number of Cases of HIV Disease by Mode of Transmission and Year of Diagnosis, 2008-2014

10

Table 5

Number of HIV Disease by Mode of Transmission and Race/Ethnicity

11

Table 6

Cumulative Cases of HIV Disease by Vital Status and County of Residence, 2008-2014

12

Table 7

Annual Diagnoses of HIV Disease by County of Residence, 2010-2014

13

Figure 3

New Diagnoses of HIV Disease by County, 2013

14

Figure 4

Rate of New HIV Disease Diagnosed by County, 2013

15

Table 8

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, 2008-2014

16

Characteristics of HIV Disease For 7 Geographic Areas


Table 9

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, AIDS Activities Coordinating Office

17

Table 10

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, AIDSNET

18

Table 11

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, Northeast Region

19

Table 12

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, Northcentral Region

20

Table 13

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, Southcentral Region

21

Table 14

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, Southwest Region

22

Table 15

Characteristics of HIV Disease Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis, Northwest Region

23

Figure 5

Confirmed Cases of Pediatric HIV Disease and Perinatal HIV Exposure, 2000-2012

24

HIV Surveillance Spotlight


Burden of HIV in Rural Counties of Pennsylvania
In this edition of the annual report, the HIV Surveillance Spotlight will examine new HIV disease
diagnoses among individuals living in rural counties of Pennsylvania.

Number of Cases

Rate

We examined HIV cases diagnosed between 2000 and 2013 by urban versus rural counties. There are 48
rural counties and 19 urban counties in Pennsylvania (The Center for Rural Pennsylvania). Over the 14
years examined, the ageFigure 1: Age Adjusted Incidence Rate Per 100,000
adjusted incidence rate shows a
Population By Type of County, 2000-2013
30
preponderance of HIV cases in
URBAN
RURAL
25
the 19 urban counties (Figure 1).
ALL
While the HIV epidemic in
20
Pennsylvania is largely
15
concentrated in urban areas,
10
cases of HIV disease have been
5
diagnosed in 47 of the 48 rural
0
counties in Pennsylvania (no
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
HIV cases have been diagnosed
Year of Diagnosis
in Cameron County). The crude
prevalence rate in rural counties in 2013 was 82.9/100,000 compared to a crude prevalence rate of
332.3/100,000 in the 19 urban counties. The racial distribution in rural counties tends to be
predominantly Caucasian (55%)
Figure 2: Incidence of HIV Disease in Rural Counties By
among prevalent cases while
Race, 2000- 2013
Blacks make up the majority (51%)
160
WHITE
of prevalent cases in urban
140
BLACK
counties. The incident cases over
HISPANIC
120
OTHER
100
the 14 years of observation shows
80
more Caucasian diagnosed with
60
HIV in the rural areas (Figure 2).
40
20

Number of Cases

In examining the mode of HIV


0
transmission in the rural counties
over time (Figure 3), data show that
Year of Diagnosis
Men having Sex with Men (MSM)
predominates other risk groups, followed by heterosexual and Injection Drug Use (IDU). In 2012 and
Figure 3: Incidence of HIV Disease in Rural Counties by
2013 the rate of IDU in rural
Risk, 2000-2013
counties as an identified risk factor
120
MSM
IDU
100
was nearly double the rate among
MSM/IDU
80
cases diagnosed in urban counties,
HETEROSEXUAL
60
but these data should be interpreted
40
with caution due to potential effect
20
of incarcerated populations and
0
small numbers.
Year of Diagnosis

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December 31, 2014

Figure 1
Annual Diagnoses of AIDS and HIV Infection Without AIDS by Year of Diagnosis in Pennsylvania
1980-2014
6
7
8

2500

AIDS

2000

Number

1500

HIV Infection Without AIDS

10
11
12
13
14
CHARACTERISTICS OF
16 HIV DISEASE CASES BY TIME INTERVAL OF DIAGNOSIS AIDSNET
18
19

1000

21
22

500

0
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Year of Diagnosis
Note: HIV Infection Without AIDS became reportable in PA in October 2002

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Figure 2
Number of Cases of AIDS and HIV Infection Without AIDS in Pennsylvania
Current Vital Status by Year of Diagnosis
1994-2014
2500
AIDS Deceased

AIDS ALIVE

HIV Infection Without AIDS Deceased

HIV Infection Without AIDS Alive

2000

Number

1500

1000

500

0
1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Year of Diagnosis
Note: HIV Infection Without AIDS became reportable in PA in October 2002

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TABLE 1
ANNUAL DIAGNOSES OF HIV DISEASE IN PENNSYLVANIA
AMONG ADULT/ADOLESCENT AND PEDIATRIC CASES
BY YEAR OF DIAGNOSIS, 1980-2014

YEAR OF DIAGNOSIS
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002^
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
TOTAL

ADULT/ADOLESCENT
3
8
50
107
257
779
1,083
1,548
1,909
2,441
2,946
2,965
2,863
2,352
2,233
2,144
2,045
1,888
1,805
1,736
1,754
1,780
2,111
2,118
2,006
2,037
2,427
1,920
1,826
1,710
1,491
1,388
1,437
1,388
1,206
57,761

PEDIATRIC*
0
1
3
5
4
27
14
15
22
26
38
39
68
69
43
45
35
28
32
31
20
21
18
19
10
13
15
10
13
5
12
6
9
4
4
724

TOTAL
3
9
53
112
261
806
1,097
1,563
1,931
2,467
2,984
3,004
2,931
2,421
2,276
2,189
2,080
1,916
1,837
1,767
1,774
1,801
2,129
2,137
2,016
2,050
2,442
1,930
1,839
1,715
1,503
1,394
1,446
1,392
1,210
58,485

^ HIV Infection Without AIDS became a reportable condition in Pennsylvania in October 2002
*Cases diagnosed with HIV disease before age 13

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Table 2
Number of Cases of HIV Disease Diagnosed in Pennsylvania
Sex and Race/Ethnicity by Year of Diagnosis, 2009-2014.

TOTAL MALE
WHITE (NON-HISPANIC)
BLACK (NON-HISPANIC)
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIPLE RACE
TOTAL FEMALE
WHITE (NON-HISPANIC)
BLACK (NON-HISPANIC)
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIPLE RACE
TOTAL

2009
number
percent
1,265
100
395
31
553
44
255
20
14
1
1
0
47
4
450
100
75
17
251
56
102
23
4
1
1
0
17
4
1,715
100

2010
number
percent
1,141
100
380
33
531
47
185
16
14
1
1
0
30
3
362
100
73
20
215
59
64
18
3
1
1
0
6
2
1,503
100

2011
number
percent
1,081
100
345
32
535
49
173
16
7
1
0
0
21
2
313
100
66
21
209
67
28
9
5
2
0
0
5
2
1,394
100

2012
number
percent
1,078
100
335
31
546
51
157
15
15
1
2
0
23
2
368
100
70
19
228
62
54
15
6
2
1
0
9
2
1,446
100

2013*
number
percent
1,093
100
321
29
574
53
142
13
22
2
5
0
29
3
299
100
62
21
193
65
31
10
8
3
0
0
5
2
1,392
100

* Data may be incomplete partially due to reporting delays.


Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .

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2014*
number
percent
952
100
304
32
475
50
134
14
19
2
4
0
16
2
258
100
55
21
155
60
41
16
5
2
0
0
2
1
1,210
100

1980-2014
TOTAL TO DATE
number
percent
43,956
100
16,597
38
20,347
46
5,606
13
260
1
37
0
1,109
3
14,529
100
3,142
22
8,544
59
2,264
16
76
1
18
0
485
3
58,485
100

Table 3
Number of Cases of HIV Disease Diagnosed in Pennsylvania
Age by Year of Diagnosis, 2009-2014

2009

2010

number

percent

1,722

100

0-12

13-19

82

ALL AGES

number
1510
12

2011

percent
100

28

394

28

23

464

24

27

287

23

17

number

percent

number

percent

number

percent

number

percent

100

1,498

100

1,392

100

1,210

100

58,485

100

724

68

70

60

1,789

29

453

30

429

31

390

32

14,052

24

22

300

20

318

23

271

22

20,500

35

24

329

22

284

20

236

20

14,104

24

19

287

19

287

21

249

21

7,316

13

335

271
OVER 49

percent

310

350
40-49

1980-2014
TOTAL TO DATE

2014*

408

361
30-39

2013*

71
5

426
483

1403
6

1
83

20-29

number

2012

264
18

* Data may be incomplete partially due to reporting delays.


Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .

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Table 4
Number of Cases of HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Mode of Transmission by Year of Diagnosis, 2009-2014

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013*

TOTAL TO DATE
1980-2014

2014*

number

percent

number

percent

number

percent

number

percent

number

percent

number

percent

number

1,715

100

1,503

100

1,394

100

1,446

100

1,392

100

1,210

100

58,485

100

MEN SEX W/MEN (MSM)

667

39

656

44

619

44

640

44

686

49

608

50

21,828

37

INJECTING DRUG USE (IDU)

177

10

125

98

103

86

57

14,962

26

38

34

24

28

17

18

2,584

267

549

32

559

37

535

38

490

34

475

34

370

31

14,796

25

222

UNDETERMINED/OTHER

276

16

115

111

176

12

122

152

13

3,085

ALL PEDIATRIC MODES**

14

741

ALL MODES

MSM & IDU


COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL CONTACT
TRANSFUSION RECEIVED

* Data may be incomplete partially due to reporting delays.


**Includes adult cases that had pediatric modes of transmission (e.g., perinatal exposure)
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .

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percent

Table 5
HIV Disease by Mode of Transmission by Race/Ethnicity 1980-1990, 1991-2000 and 2001-2014
WHITE NON-HISPANIC
number
percent

BLACK NON-HISPANIC
number
percent

HISPANIC
number
percent

ASIAN/PACIFIC
number
percent

NATIVE AMERICAN
number
percent

MULTIPLE RACE
number
percent

ALL RACES
number
percent

1980-1990
ALL MODES

5,524

100

4,290

100

1,306

100

25

100

100

136

100

11,286

100

3,789

69

1,780

41

226

17

19

76

40

53

39

5,869

52

INJECTING DRUG USE (IDU)

701

13

1,558

36

787

60

40

51

38

3,100

27

MSM & IDU

319

415

10

88

24

18

847

COAGULATION DISORDER

194

10

210

HETEROSEXUAL CONTACT

235

338

145

11

726

TRANSFUSION RECEIVED

MEN SEX W/MEN (MSM)

119

18

141

ALL PEDIATRIC MODES

55

68

29

20

155

UNDETERMINED/OTHER

112

103

22

238

6,900

100

11,783

100

2,907

100

68

100

16

100

521

100

22,195

100

MEN SEX W/MEN (MSM)

3,746

54

2,865

24

395

14

33

49

50

141

27

7,188

32

INJECTING DRUG USE (IDU)

1,505

22

4,838

41

1,407

48

13

200

38

7,957

36

314

629

129

46

1,118

1991-2000
ALL MODES

MSM & IDU


COAGULATION DISORDER

42

48

HETEROSEXUAL CONTACT

936

14

2,862

24

751

26

17

25

25

107

21

4,677

21

TRANSFUSION RECEIVED

42

21

73

ALL PEDIATRIC MODES

55

257

88

411

723

UNDETERMINED/OTHER

WHITE 260

4 BLACK 307

3 HISPANIC
132

5 ASIAN PI 6

9 NATIVE AMERICAN
2

13 MULTIRACE
16

2001-2014*
ALL MODES
MEN SEX W/MEN (MSM)

7,315

100

12,818

100

3,657

100

243

100

34

100

937

100

25,004

100

3,782

52

3,700

29

881

24

96

40

14

41

298

32

8,771

35

INJECTING DRUG USE (IDU)

926

13

1,899

15

895

24

12

171

18

3,905

16

MSM & IDU

238

234

104

40

619

1,651

23

5,917

46

1,365

37

97

40

17

50

346

37

9,393

38

ALL PEDIATRIC MODES

22

107

35

175

UNDETERMINED/OTHER

687

956

374

10

32

13

75

2,124

COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL CONTACT
TRANSFUSION RECEIVED

* The more recent pattern, 2001-2014 is better reflection of current distribution of cases than the earlier periods, 1980-1990 and 1991-2000.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding'.

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Table 6
Cumulative Cases for HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Mortality Status and County of Residence, 1980-2014

REPORTED CUMULATIVE

COUNTY
PHILADELPHIA
ALLEGHENY
DELAWARE
MONTGOMERY
DAUPHIN
BERKS
LEHIGH
LANCASTER
BUCKS
YORK
CHESTER
NORTHAMPTON
LUZERNE
CUMBERLAND
ERIE
LACKAWANNA
MONROE
LYCOMING
WESTMORELAND
CENTRE
LEBANON
SCHUYLKILL
CAMBRIA
FRANKLIN
BEAVER
WASHINGTON
UNION
BLAIR
FAYETTE
NORTHUMBERLAND
PIKE
SOMERSET
ADAMS
BUTLER
CARBON

ALIVE

18,286
2,758
1,670
1,125
1,024
995
1,041
856
819
770
520
409
359
392
327
293
284
226
175
174
138
140
132
142
110
117
131
81
96
80
97
89
78
81
84

DEAD

12,832
1,841
1,195
716
655
585
482
519
532
435
449
266
228
192
193
172
173
169
161
65
95
83
85
74
105
96
45
69
46
57
37
41
50
46
42

CASES

31,118
4,599
2,865
1,841
1,679
1,580
1,523
1,375
1,351
1,205
969
675
587
584
520
465
457
395
336
239
233
223
217
216
215
213
176
150
142
137
134
130
128
127
126

PRESUMED REPORTED CUMULATIVE


COUNTY

ALIVE

MERCER
WAYNE
HUNTINGDON
CRAWFORD
CLEARFIELD
LAWRENCE
COLUMBIA
INDIANA
BRADFORD
ARMSTRONG
MCKEAN
PERRY
GREENE
VENANGO
BEDFORD
TIOGA
MIFFLIN
SUSQUEHANNA
WARREN
SNYDER
CLARION
MONTOUR
JEFFERSON
WYOMING
JUNIATA
CLINTON
FOREST
ELK
FULTON
POTTER
SULLIVAN
CAMERON

STATE TOTAL

DEAD

CASES

71
68
71
68
67
52
63
38
39
33
30
32
24
20
25
21
20
19
22
18
20
16
15
12
17
14
13
8
9
3
6
0

55
54
40
41
33
45
26
29
27
32
20
17
23
27
16
18
15
15
11
9
6
10
10
13
7
9
1
3
1
6
2
0

126
122
111
109
100
97
89
67
66
65
50
49
47
47
41
39
35
34
33
27
26
26
25
25
24
23
14
11
10
9
8
0

35,033

23,452

58,485

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Table 7
Annual Diagnoses of HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
By County of Residence
2011-2014
2013 RATE

COUNTY
ADAMS
ALLEGHENY
ARMSTRONG
BEAVER
BEDFORD
BERKS
BLAIR
BRADFORD
BUCKS
BUTLER
CAMBRIA
CAMERON
CARBON
CENTRE
CHESTER
CLARION
CLEARFIELD
CLINTON
COLUMBIA
CRAWFORD
CUMBERLAND
DAUPHIN
DELAWARE
ELK
ERIE
FAYETTE
FOREST
FRANKLIN
FULTON
GREENE
HUNTINGDON
INDIANA
JEFFERSON
JUNIATA
LACKAWANNA

2011

8
131
3
7
1
27
3
4
45
7
3
0
5
3
32
2
1
0
5
5
9
57
86
0
10
4
1
8
0
0
0
2
0
0
16

2012

2013

5
125
2
6
5
39
3
1
41
4
10
0
6
7
33
2
1
3
4
5
9
40
92
0
10
6
0
4
0
2
1
3
0
1
13

2014

1
123
0
4
0
36
3
0
39
3
4
0
1
8
20
0
1
0
1
0
16
33
81
0
16
7
0
7
1
1
1
1
0
0
12

8
132
1
6
1
37
4
0
35
5
6
0
10
11
18
0
1
1
3
3
10
38
65
1
11
7
0
8
0
1
0
0
0
0
10

2013 RATE

PER 100,000*
0.98
9.99
0.00
2.35
0.00
8.71
2.38
0.00
6.22
1.62
2.85
0.00
1.54
5.15
3.93
0.00
1.23
0.00
1.50
0.00
6.63
12.18
14.41
0.00
5.71
5.19
0.00
4.60
6.82
2.64
2.19
1.14

COUNTY

LANCASTER
LAWRENCE
LEBANON
LEHIGH
LUZERNE
LYCOMING
MCKEAN
MERCER
MIFFLIN
MONROE
MONTGOMERY
MONTOUR
NORTHAMPTON
NORTHUMBERLAND
PERRY
PHILADELPHIA
PIKE
POTTER
SCHUYLKILL
SNYDER
SOMERSET
SULLIVAN
SUSQUEHANNA
TIOGA
UNION
VENANGO
WARREN
WASHINGTON
WAYNE
WESTMORELAND
WYOMING
YORK

2011

2012

2013

2014

PER 100,000*

39

32

35

28

6.61

3.36

10

4.43

51

43

40

44

11.26

18

17

17

16

5.31

3.43

4.65

1.74

2.15

10

14

18

10.77

40

47

70

42

8.62

0.00

26

8.67

3.19

4.39

666

724

674

564

43.40

13

22.97

5.72

3.40

0.00

2.61

0.00

0.00

0.00

6.69

1.86

0.00

4.32

5.82

11

1.10

3.57

33

23

27

23

6.15

1,394

1,445

1,392

1,210

10.90

0.00
0.00
5.61

STATE TOTAL

*Rates based on 2013 estimated population

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Figure 3
New HIV Disease Diagnosed in Pennsylvania
Number of Cases for Each County, 2013
NW
NC

NE

AIDSNET

SW
AACO

SC

NO NEW CASES

1-4

5-9

10-24

25-99

>100

AACO=AIDS Activities Coordinating Office


AIDSNET = AIDSNET
NE = Northeastern Regional AIDS Planning Coalition
NC = North Central District AIDS Coalition
SC = South Central Pennsylvania AIDS Planning Coalition
SW = Southwest Pennsylvania AIDS Planning Coalition
NW = Northwest Pennsylvania Rural AIDS Alliance

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Figure 4
HIV Disease Diagnosed In Pennsylvania
Rate* (per 100,000) for Each County, 2013
NW
NC
NE

AIDSNET

SW
AACO

SC

NO NEW CASES

0.01 -2.99

3.00 - 9.99

10.00 - 19.99

20.00- 29.99

>30.0

AACO=AIDS Activities Coordinating Office


AIDSNET = AIDSNET
NE = Northeastern Regional AIDS Planning Coalition
NC = North Central District AIDS Coalition
SC = South Central Pennsylvania AIDS Planning Coalition
SW = Southwest Pennsylvania AIDS Planning Coalition
NW = Northwest Pennsylvania Rural AIDS Alliance

* Rates are based on 2013 estimated population

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Table 8
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Interval of Diagnosis, 2009-2014.

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
49,826
100

2009
number
percent
1,715
100

2010
number
percent
1,503
100

2011
number
percent
1,394
100

2012
number
percent
1,445
100

2013*
number
percent
1,392
100

TOTAL TO DEC 31,


2014*
2014
number
percent
number
percent
1,210
100
58,485
100

CURRENTLY
LIVING DEC 31,
2014
number
percent
35,033
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

37,347
12,479

75
25

1,265
450

74
26

1,141
362

76
24

1,081
313

78
22

1,077
368

75
25

1,093
299

79
21

952
258

79
21

43,956
14,529

75
25

25,201
9,832

72
28

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

17,259
24,426
6,504
214
39
1,384

35
49
13
0
0
3

470
804
357
18
2
64

27
47
21
1
0
4

453
746
249
17
2
36

30
50
17
1
0
2

411
744
201
12
0
26

29
53
14
1
0
2

404
774
211
21
3
32

28
54
15
1
0
2

383
767
173
30
5
34

28
55
12
2
0
2

359
630
175
24
4
18

30
52
14
2
0
1

19,739
28,891
7,870
336
55
1,594

34
49
13
1
0
3

10,918
17,194
5,364
274
43
1,240

31
49
15
1
0
4

AGE (YEARS)

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

684
1,355
11,464
18,546
12,106
5,671

1
3
23
37
24
11

5
82
483
394
464
287

0
5
28
23
27
17

12
83
426
361
350
271

1
6
28
24
23
18

6
71
408
310
335
264

0
5
29
22
24
19

9
68
452
300
329
287

1
5
31
21
23
20

4
70
429
318
284
287

0
5
31
23
20
21

4
60
390
271
236
249

0
5
32
22
20
21

724
1,789
14,052
20,500
14,104
7,316

1
3
24
35
24
13

540
1,484
9,569
11,544
8,142
3,754

2
4
27
33
23
11

MODE OF TRANSMISSION MEN SEX W/MEN (MSM)


INJECTING DRUG USE(IDU)
MSM & IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL CONTACT
TRANSFUSION
ALL PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED/OTHER

17,953
14,316
2,425
267
11,818
222
692
2,133

36
29
5
1
24
0
1
4

667
177
38
0
549
0
8
276

39
10
2
0
32
0
0
16

656
125
34
0
559
0
14
115

44
8
2
0
37
0
1
8

619
98
24
0
535
0
7
111

44
7
2
0
38
0
1
8

639
103
28
0
490
0
9
176

44
7
2
0
34
0
1
12

686
86
17
0
475
0
6
122

49
6
1
0
34
0
0
9

608
57
18
0
370
0
5
152

50
5
1
0
31
0
0
13

21,828
14,962
2,584
267
14,796
222
741
3,085

37
26
4
0
25
0
1
5

12,844
6,929
1,246
70
11,091
31
555
2,267

37
20
4
0
32
0
2
6

COALITION AREA

32,640
3,890
1,128
1,082
4,958
5,142
986

66
8
2
2
10
10
2

1,145
122
50
32
159
172
35

67
7
3
2
9
10
2

945
125
36
28
161
170
38

63
8
2
2
11
11
3

869
104
37
21
167
167
29

62
7
3
2
12
12
2

937
113
35
28
134
176
22

65
8
2
2
9
12
2

884
126
46
20
133
158
25

64
9
3
1
10
11
2

724
104
35
23
128
173
23

60
9
3
2
11
14
2

38,144
4,584
1,367
1,234
5,840
6,158
1,158

65
8
2
2
10
11
2

22,420
2,953
848
791
3,655
3,653
713

64
8
2
2
10
10
2

AIDS ACTIVITIES COORDINATING OFFICE

AIDSNET
NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL HIV PLANNING COALITION

NORTH CENTRAL DISTRICT AIDS COALITION


SOUTH CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA AIDS PLANNING COALITION

SOUTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA AIDS PLANNING COALITION

NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA RURAL AIDS ALLIANCE

* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting.


Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .

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Table 9
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis
AIDS Activities Coordinating Office
Bucks, Delaware, Chester, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
32,640
100

2009
number
percent
1,145
100

2010
number
percent
945
100

2011
number
percent
869
100

2012
number
percent
937
100

2013*
number
percent
884
100

2014*

724

TOTAL TO DEC 31, CURRENTLY LIVING


2014
DEC 31, 2014
number
percent
number
percent
100
38,144
100
22,420
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

24,318
8,322

75
25

845
300

74
26

692
253

73
27

661
208

76
24

693
244

74
26

701
183

79
21

573
151

79
21

28,483
9,661

75
25

15,981
6,439

71
29

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

8,430
19,779
3,511
157
27
736

213
635
249
14
2
32

355
64
19
0
400
0
4
27

391
68
23
0
399
0
6
50

441
39
12
0
364
0
2
26

371
33
9
0
281
0
2
28

13,593
10,368
1,680
65
10,775
99
485
1,079

25
61
11
1
0
2
0
1
3
24
34
24
13
0
36
27
4
0
28
0
1
3

5,075
13,516
2,972
201
36
620

385
87
19
0
408
0
7
39

20
63
13
2
1
1
0
0
5
35
21
18
22
0
51
5
1
0
39
0
0
4

9,502
23,188
4,342
245
42
825

11,220
9,963
1,569
65
8,579
99
459
686

18
67
11
2
1
2
0
0
6
33
22
19
20
0
50
4
1
0
41
0
0
3

147
457
97
14
4
5

MSM
IDU
MSM/IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL
TRANSFUSION
PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED MODE

19
64
13
1
0
1
0
1
5
34
20
21
19
0
42
7
2
0
43
0
1
5

157
588
98
22
5
14

MODE OF TRANSMISSION

21
64
13
1
0
1
0
0
6
30
22
23
18
0
41
7
2
0
46
0
0
3

181
600
126
14
3
13

457
920
7,483
11,933
7,971
3,876

20
61
16
2
0
2
0
1
6
30
24
22
18
0
41
9
2
0
43
0
1
4

185
557
112
8
0
7

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

19
55
22
1
0
3
0
0
5
32
23
25
16
0
38
10
3
0
30
0
0
19

189
572
149
16
1
18

AGE (YEARS)

26
61
11
0
0
2
0
1
3
23
37
24
12
0
34
31
5
0
26
0
1
2

7,878
4,630
800
19
8,015
10
371
697

23
60
13
1
0
3
0
2
5
28
32
23
11
0
35
21
4
0
36
0
2
3

3
2
10
6
79

35
21
88
69
732

4
2
9
7
77

45
32
86
40
666

5
4
10
5
77

41
33
92
47
724

4
4
10
5
77

39
20
81
70
674

4
2
9
8
76

35
18
65
42
564

5
2
9
6
78

1,351
969
2,865
1,841
31,118

4
3
8
5
82

819
520
1,670
1,125
18,286

4
2
7
5
82

4
58
364
258
281
180
430
114
29
0
344
0
5
223

BUCKS
1,117
3
39
CHESTER
818
3
27
DELAWARE
2,343
7
110
MONTGOMERY
1,510
5
63
PHILADELPHIA
26,852
82
906
* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting.
Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .
COUNTY

6
53
284
225
207
170

3
50
263
195
204
154

6
45
322
187
200
177

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1
50
293
194
170
176

1
35
250
152
130
156

478
1,211
9,259
13,144
9,163
4,889

366
1,016
6,335
7,220
5,106
2,377

Table 10
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis
AIDSNET
Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe, Northampton, and Schuylkill Counties

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
3,890
100

2009
number
percent
122
100

2010
number
percent
125
100

2011
number
percent
104
100

2012
number
percent
113
100

2013*
number
percent
126
100

2014*

104

TOTAL TO DEC 31, CURRENTLY LIVING


2014
DEC 31, 2014
number
percent
number
percent
100
4,584
100
2,953
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

2,624
1,266

67
33

78
44

64
36

95
30

76
24

76
28

73
27

81
32

72
28

94
32

75
25

67
37

64
36

3,115
1,469

68
32

1,913
1,040

65
35

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

1,509
682
1,536
10
2
151

43
28
46
0
0
5

38
12
3
0
33
0
0
18

42
14
2
0
33
0
1
21

48
10
2
0
40
0
0
26

34
6
2
0
34
0
1
27

1,181
1,357
161
39
1,165
19
78
584

38
19
39
0
0
4
0
2
3
23
36
25
12
0
26
30
4
1
25
0
2
13

1,000
596
1,193
11
2
151

56
13
3
0
36
0
2
15

26
24
47
1
0
2
0
1
6
21
25
27
20
0
33
6
2
0
33
0
1
26

1,753
857
1,784
15
2
173

924
1,285
148
39
930
19
72
473

40
28
26
2
0
4
0
0
2
19
21
30
28
0
38
8
2
0
32
0
0
21

27
25
49
1
0
2

MSM
IDU
MSM/IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL
TRANSFUSION
PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED MODE

35
23
39
1
0
3
0
1
4
26
18
21
30
0
37
12
2
0
29
0
1
19

50
35
33
3
0
5

MODE OF TRANSMISSION

29
33
34
0
0
5
0
0
1
26
21
24
28
0
37
12
3
0
32
0
0
17

39
26
44
1
0
3

68
98
883
1,503
942
396

44
22
33
0
0
2
0
2
3
27
18
30
20
0
45
10
2
0
29
0
2
12

30
34
35
0
0
5

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

35
23
38
0
0
4
0
1
2
16
25
34
20
0
32
14
1
0
48
0
2
3

55
27
41
0
0
2

AGE (YEARS)

39
18
39
0
0
4
0
2
3
23
39
24
10
0
24
33
4
1
24
0
2
12

727
721
95
14
883
4
61
448

34
20
40
0
0
5
0
2
3
24
33
25
12
0
25
24
3
0
30
0
2
15

31
5
39
12
7
7

35
9
40
16
21
4

28
7
32
13
17
3

27
5
51
10
7
4

26
5
49
10
7
4

39
6
43
14
4
7

35
5
38
12
4
6

36
1
40
18
26
5

29
1
32
14
21
4

37
10
44
7
2
4

36
10
42
7
2
4

1,580
126
1,523
457
675
223

34
3
33
10
15
5

995
84
1,041
284
409
140

34
3
35
10
14
5

1
3
20
31
42
25
39
17
1
0
59
0
2
4

BERKS
1,368
35
38
CARBON
89
2
6
LEHIGH
1,258
32
47
MONROE
377
10
15
NORTHAMPTON
607
16
8
SCHUYLKILL
191
5
8
* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting.
Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .
COUNTY

2
4
34
23
37
25

0
1
27
22
25
29

1
5
29
20
24
34

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0
3
24
26
38
35

1
6
22
26
28
21

73
120
1,039
1,651
1,136
565

56
94
715
981
741
366

Table 11
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis
NORTHEASTERN REGIONAL HIV PLANNING COALITION
Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne, and Wyoming Counties

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
1,128
100

2009
number
percent
50
100

2010
number
percent
36
100

2011
number
percent
37
100

2012
number
percent
35
100

2013*
number
percent
46
100

2014*

35

TOTAL TO DEC 31, CURRENTLY LIVING


2014
DEC 31, 2014
number
percent
number
percent
100
1,367
100
848
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

875
253

78
22

35
15

70
30

26
10

72
28

29
8

78
22

27
8

77
23

29
17

63
37

22
13

63
37

1,043
324

76
24

605
243

71
29

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

706
222
145
3
3
49

20
13
14
1
0
2

9
2
0
0
16
0
0
8

456
353
64
13
298
5
23
155

61
20
14
0
0
4
0
2
2
20
34
30
12
0
33
26
5
1
22
0
2
11

472
193
135
5
2
41

15
10
0
0
16
0
1
4

66
20
9
3
0
3
0
0
0
20
23
31
26
0
26
6
0
0
46
0
0
23

838
279
186
5
4
55

20
4
0
0
8
0
0
3

50
30
13
0
0
7
0
2
0
35
22
24
17
0
33
22
0
0
35
0
2
9

23
7
3
1
0
1

14
4
1
0
16
0
0
2

66
20
14
0
0
0
0
0
3
20
14
23
40
0
57
11
0
0
23
0
0
9

23
14
6
0
0
3

14
3
1
0
18
0
0
0

59
24
16
0
0
0
0
0
3
16
30
38
14
0
38
11
3
0
43
0
0
5

23
7
5
0
0
0

20
27
227
405
328
121

58
19
19
0
3
0
0
0
3
14
22
44
17
0
39
8
3
0
50
0
0
0

22
9
6
0
0
0

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

40
26
28
2
0
4
0
0
6
18
26
36
14
0
32
14
0
0
48
0
2
4

21
7
7
0
1
0

AGE (YEARS)

63
20
13
0
0
4
0
2
2
20
36
29
11
0
33
29
5
1
18
0
2
12

267
170
30
5
245
1
18
112

56
23
16
1
0
5
0
2
3
22
32
29
12
0
31
20
4
1
29
0
2
13

38
50
6
2
4
0

10
22
3
1
0
0

28
61
8
3
0
0

16
18
3
0
0
0

43
49
8
0
0
0

13
17
4
1
0
0

37
49
11
3
0
0

12
17
13
0
3
1

26
37
28
0
7
2

10
16
4
2
3
0

29
46
11
6
9
0

465
587
134
34
122
25

34
43
10
2
9
2

293
359
97
19
68
12

35
42
11
2
8
1

MODE OF TRANSMISSION MSM


IDU
MSM/IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL
TRANSFUSION
PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED MODE

368
323
62
13
200
5
21
136

0
3
9
13
18
7
16
7
0
0
24
0
1
2

LACKAWANNA
385
34
19
LUZERNE
472
42
25
PIKE
104
9
3
SUSQUEHANNA
29
3
1
WAYNE
114
10
2
WYOMING
24
2
0
* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting.
Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .
COUNTY

0
1
5
8
16
6

0
1
6
11
14
5

0
1
7
5
8
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0
16
10
11
8

0
0
7
8
11
9

21
33
277
460
406
170

16
29
189
271
245
98

Table 12
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis
NORTH CENTRAL DISTRICT AIDS COALITION
Bradford, Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland
Potter, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga, and Union Counties

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
1,082
100

2009
number
percent
32
100

2010
number
percent
28
100

2011
number
percent
21
100

2012
number
percent
28
100

2013*
number
percent
20
100

2014*

23

TOTAL TO DEC 31, CURRENTLY LIVING


2014
DEC 31, 2014
number
percent
number
percent
100
1,234
100
791
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

808
274

75
25

26
6

81
19

25
3

89
11

19
2

90
10

25
3

89
11

14
6

70
30

20
3

87
13

937
297

76
24

593
198

75
25

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

541
361
138
7
0
35

17
7
5
0
0
3

13
1
0
0
2
0
1
6

413
384
79
16
198
7
15
122

49
34
13
1
0
3
0
1
2
23
38
25
12
0
33
31
6
1
16
1
1
10

356
281
110
7
0
37

4
2
1
0
3
0
0
10

30
43
26
0
0
0
0
4
4
26
22
30
13
0
57
4
0
0
9
0
4
26

604
415
165
7
0
43

13
4
0
0
6
0
0
5

35
50
10
0
0
5
0
0
5
30
20
15
30
0
20
10
5
0
15
0
0
50

7
10
6
0
0
0

8
0
0
0
8
0
0
5

18
61
14
0
0
7
0
0
7
32
18
25
18
0
46
14
0
0
21
0
0
18

7
10
2
0
0
1

17
1
2
0
3
0
1
4

43
29
24
0
0
5
0
0
0
19
19
43
19
0
38
0
0
0
38
0
0
24

5
17
4
0
0
2

13
23
238
435
256
117

64
14
18
0
0
4
0
4
4
32
18
25
18
0
61
4
7
0
11
0
4
14

9
6
5
0
0
1

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

53
22
16
0
0
9
0
0
0
22
19
50
9
0
38
22
3
0
38
0
0
0

18
4
5
0
0
1

AGE (YEARS)

50
33
13
1
0
3
0
1
2
22
40
24
11
0
32
34
7
1
15
1
1
9

257
212
42
5
154
2
12
107

45
36
14
1
0
5
0
2
3
24
35
26
10
0
32
27
5
1
19
0
2
14

9
50
0
9
22
0
9
0
0
0
0
0

1
9
1
5
3
2
4
0
1
0
1
1

4
32
4
18
11
7
14
0
4
0
4
4

4
3
0
5
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
4

19
14
0
24
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
19

1
7
3
4
6
0
1
0
0
1
0
5

4
25
11
14
21
0
4
0
0
4
0
18

0
8
0
1
4
0
3
1
0
0
0
3

0
40
0
5
20
0
15
5
0
0
0
15

0
11
1
3
4
0
2
0
1
0
0
1

0
48
4
13
17
0
9
0
4
0
0
4

66
239
23
89
395
26
137
9
27
8
39
176

5
19
2
7
32
2
11
1
2
1
3
14

39
174
14
63
226
16
80
3
18
6
21
131

5
22
2
8
29
2
10
0
2
1
3
17

MODE OF TRANSMISSION MSM


IDU
MSM/IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL
TRANSFUSION
PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED MODE

346
369
75
16
164
7
13
92

0
0
7
6
16
3
12
7
1
0
12
0
0
0

BRADFORD
57
5
3
CENTRE
185
17
16
CLINTON
18
2
0
COLUMBIA
68
6
3
LYCOMING
366
34
7
MONTOUR
24
2
0
NORTHUMBERLAND
124
11
3
POTTER
8
1
0
SNYDER
25
2
0
SULLIVAN
7
1
0
TIOGA
38
4
0
UNION
162
15
0
* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting.
Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .
COUNTY

1
1
9
5
7
5

0
0
4
4
9
4

0
2
9
5
7
5

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1
6
4
3
6

1
1
6
5
7
3

15
28
279
464
305
143

12
25
189
278
204
83

Table 13
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis
SOUTH CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA AIDS PLANNING COALITION
Adams, Bedford, Blair, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon,
Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin, Perry, and York Counties

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
4,958
100

2009
number
percent
159
100

2010
number
percent
161
100

2011
number
percent
167
100

2012
number
percent
134
100

2013*
number
percent
133
100

2014*

128

TOTAL TO DEC 31,


2014
number
percent
100
5,840
100

CURRENTLY
LIVING DEC 31,
2014
number
percent
3,655
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

3,645
1,313

74
26

113
46

71
29

116
45

72
28

133
34

80
20

91
43

68
32

103
30

77
23

108
20

84
16

4,309
1,531

74
26

2,603
1,052

71
29

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

2,501
1,304
933
9
4
207

76
44
33
2
0
4

63
9
5
0
22
0
1
28

2,139
1,467
261
55
1,248
35
88
547

50
27
19
0
0
4
0
1
3
22
38
23
12
0
37
25
4
1
21
1
2
9

1,755
980
733
14
1
172

70
14
1
0
27
0
2
19

47
37
13
1
0
3
0
1
5
26
27
20
21
0
49
7
4
0
17
0
1
22

2,904
1,582
1,103
18
4
229

56
8
2
0
24
0
1
43

53
30
16
1
0
1
0
1
7
23
23
26
21
0
53
11
1
0
20
0
2
14

60
47
16
1
0
4

80
12
1
0
41
0
3
30

43
31
19
1
0
5
0
1
2
23
25
32
17
0
42
6
1
0
18
0
1
32

70
40
21
1
0
1

63
13
1
0
52
0
1
31

43
33
22
1
0
1
0
2
6
22
23
27
20
0
48
7
1
0
25
0
2
18

58
41
26
2
0
7

80
133
1,109
1,970
1,142
524

42
32
24
1
0
2
0
0
8
20
30
24
18
0
39
8
1
0
32
0
1
19

72
55
36
2
0
2

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

48
28
21
1
0
3
0
0
5
21
26
27
21
0
41
9
1
0
38
0
0
11

67
51
38
1
0
4

AGE (YEARS)

50
26
19
0
0
4
0
2
3
22
40
23
11
0
35
28
5
1
21
1
2
8

1,352
729
122
12
935
6
53
446

48
27
20
0
0
5
0
1
4
24
36
23
11
0
37
20
3
0
26
0
1
12

3
2
3
10
25
6
0
2
1
26
4
1
2
16

4
2
2
14
40
11
2
1
2
44
3
0
0
36

2
1
1
9
25
7
1
1
1
27
2
0
0
22

8
1
3
9
57
8
0
0
0
39
7
1
1
33

5
1
2
5
34
5
0
0
0
23
4
1
1
20

5
5
3
9
40
4
0
1
1
32
10
1
0
23

4
4
2
7
30
3
0
1
1
24
7
1
0
17

1
0
3
16
33
7
1
1
0
35
6
1
2
27

1
0
2
12
25
5
1
1
0
26
5
1
2
20

8
1
4
10
38
8
0
0
0
28
6
0
2
23

6
1
3
8
30
6
0
0
0
22
5
0
2
18

128
41
150
584
1,679
216
10
111
24
1,375
233
35
49
1,205

2
1
3
10
29
4
0
2
0
24
4
1
1
21

78
25
81
392
1,024
142
9
71
17
856
138
20
32
770

2
1
2
11
28
4
0
2
0
23
4
1
1
21

MODE OF TRANSMISSION MSM


IDU
MSM/IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL
TRANSFUSION
PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED MODE

1,742
1,397
249
55
1,022
35
80
378

0
8
33
41
43
34
65
14
2
0
60
0
0
18

ADAMS
97
2
5
BEDFORD
29
1
3
BLAIR
131
3
4
CUMBERLAND
510
10
16
DAUPHIN
1,432
29
39
FRANKLIN
168
3
10
FULTON
7
0
0
HUNTINGDON
105
2
3
JUNIATA
19
0
2
LANCASTER
1,156
23
41
LEBANON
195
4
6
MIFFLIN
31
1
1
PERRY
41
1
3
YORK
1,037
21
26
* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting.
Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .
COUNTY

0
13
32
49
38
29

3
10
37
39
45
33

1
3
31
33
43
23

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9
31
30
34
28

1
7
33
34
26
27

86
183
1,306
2,196
1,371
698

51
147
886
1,329
846
396

Table 14
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis
SOUTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA AIDS PLANNING COALITION
Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene,
Indiana, Somerset, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
5,142
100

2009
number
percent
172
100

2010
number
percent
170
100

2011
number
percent
167
100

2012
number
percent
176
100

2013*
number
percent
158
100

2014*

173

TOTAL TO DEC 31, CURRENTLY LIVING


2014
DEC 31, 2014
number
percent
number
percent
100
6,158
100
3,653
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

4,292
850

83
17

141
31

82
18

155
15

91
9

136
31

81
19

144
32

82
18

136
22

86
14

141
32

82
18

5,145
1,013

84
16

2,958
695

81
19

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

2,946
1,841
149
22
2
182

78
69
7
1
0
17

103
5
2
0
12
0
0
51

3,559
798
268
64
893
47
37
492

55
37
3
1
0
4
0
1
3
26
35
24
12
0
58
13
4
1
15
1
1
8

1,859
1,433
138
31
1
191

101
8
1
0
15
0
1
32

49
43
2
4
0
2
0
0
6
36
22
17
19
0
60
3
1
0
7
0
0
29

3,417
2,282
182
38
2
237

109
2
1
0
14
0
1
49

41
45
7
1
0
6
0
1
3
33
31
16
16
0
64
5
1
0
9
0
1
20

84
75
3
7
0
4

103
6
0
0
31
0
0
27

51
41
2
2
0
4
0
1
6
29
23
26
16
0
62
1
1
0
8
0
1
28

64
71
11
2
0
10

108
6
5
0
29
0
2
20

46
46
2
1
0
5
0
0
4
37
19
19
21
0
62
4
0
0
19
0
0
16

89
72
4
4
0
7

32
126
1,266
1,950
1,237
531

47
45
2
0
0
5
0
1
6
31
22
22
18
0
64
4
3
0
17
0
1
12

76
77
4
2
0
8

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

45
40
4
1
0
10
0
0
5
24
22
30
19
0
53
9
2
0
21
0
0
14

80
77
4
0
0
9

AGE (YEARS)

57
36
3
0
0
4
0
1
2
25
38
24
10
0
57
15
5
1
15
1
1
6

2,090
338
113
14
690
8
28
372

51
39
4
1
0
5
0
1
4
29
34
23
10
0
57
9
3
0
19
0
1
10

73
1
3
2
2
5
1
1
4
3
4

133
0
11
4
4
1
2
0
2
5
8

78
0
6
2
2
1
1
0
1
3
5

131
3
7
7
3
4
0
2
2
3
5

78
2
4
4
2
2
0
1
1
2
3

125
2
6
4
10
6
2
3
2
7
9

71
1
3
2
6
3
1
2
1
4
5

123
0
4
3
4
7
1
1
2
9
4

78
0
3
2
3
4
1
1
1
6
3

132
1
6
5
6
7
1
0
2
2
11

76
1
3
3
3
4
1
0
1
1
6

4,599
65
215
127
217
142
47
67
130
213
336

75
1
3
2
4
2
1
1
2
3
5

2,758
33
110
81
132
96
24
38
89
117
175

75
1
3
2
4
3
1
1
2
3
5

MODE OF TRANSMISSION MSM


IDU
MSM/IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL
TRANSFUSION
PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED MODE

2,943
755
255
64
756
47
33
289

0
9
42
37
51
33
92
16
4
0
36
0
0
24

ALLEGHENY
3,829
74
126
ARMSTRONG
57
1
2
BEAVER
176
3
5
BUTLER
100
2
4
CAMBRIA
187
4
3
FAYETTE
108
2
9
GREENE
40
1
1
INDIANA
59
1
2
SOMERSET
113
2
7
WASHINGTON
181
4
6
WESTMORELAND
292
6
7
* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting.
Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .
COUNTY

2
11
52
37
38
30

0
7
62
32
31
35

1
10
51
41
45
28

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5
52
49
25
26

0
11
62
38
29
33

36
179
1,587
2,184
1,456
716

27
148
1,046
1,233
834
365

Table 15
HIV Disease in Pennsylvania
Characteristics of Cases by Time Interval of Diagnosis
NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA RURAL AIDS ALLIANCE
Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Erie, Forest, Jefferson,
Lawrence, McKean, Mercer, Venango, and Warren Counties

TOTAL CASES

BEFORE 2009
number
percent
986
100

2009
number
percent
35
100

2010
number
percent
38
100

2011
number
percent
29
100

2012
number
percent
22
100

2013*
number
percent
25
100

2014*

23

TOTAL TO DEC 31, CURRENTLY LIVING


2014
DEC 31, 2014
number
percent
number
percent
100
1,158
100
713
100

SEX

MALE
FEMALE

785
201

80
20

27
8

77
23

32
6

84
16

27
2

93
7

16
6

73
27

16
9

64
36

21
2

91
9

924
234

80
20

548
165

77
23

RACE/ETHNICITY

WHITE
BLACK
HISPANIC
ASIAN/PACIFIC
NATIVE AMERICAN
MULTIRACE

626
237
92
6
1
24

23
8
3
0
0
1

48
39
4
0
0
9
0
0
0
43
35
22
0
0
65
4
0
0
13
0
0
17

721
288
108
8
1
32

62
25
9
1
0
3
0
1
3
26
35
23
12
0
42
20
6
1
19
1
1
9

401
195
83
5
1
28

410
224
67
15
167
10
14
79

48
36
8
8
0
0
0
0
8
28
20
12
32
0
28
12
0
0
40
0
0
20

11
9
1
0
0
2

MSM
IDU
MSM/IDU
COAGULATION DISORDER
HETEROSEXUAL
TRANSFUSION
PEDIATRIC
UNDETERMINED MODE

41
50
9
0
0
0
0
0
9
14
41
9
27
0
36
14
0
0
27
0
0
23

12
9
2
2
0
0

MODE OF TRANSMISSION

59
21
10
0
0
10
0
0
7
31
24
24
14
0
72
0
0
0
21
0
0
7

9
11
2
0
0
0

14
28
258
350
230
106

61
21
13
0
0
5
0
3
0
26
37
18
16
0
34
5
8
0
34
0
3
16

17
6
3
0
0
3

< 13
13 - 19
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
Over 49

66
23
9
0
0
3
0
0
3
23
23
37
14
0
37
6
3
0
40
0
0
14

23
8
5
0
0
2

AGE (YEARS)

63
24
9
1
0
2
0
1
3
26
35
23
11
0
42
23
7
2
17
1
1
8

273
129
44
1
169
0
12
85

56
27
12
1
0
4
0
2
4
29
33
23
10
0
38
18
6
0
24
0
2
12

0
3
9
14
0

0
1
5
1
1
20
1
1
3
2
1
1
1

0
3
13
3
3

0
2
1
5
0
10
1
0
4
1
4
1
0

0
7
3
17
0

0
2
1
5
0
10
0
0
0
2
2
0
0

0
9
5
23
0

0
0
1
0
0
16
0
0
3
2
2
1
0

0
0
4
0
0

0
0
1
3
1
11
0
0
6
0
1
0
0

0
0
4
13
4

0
26
100
109
11
520
14
25
97
50
126
47
33

0
2
9
9
1

0
20
67
68
8
327
13
15
52
30
71
20
22

0
3
9
10
1
45
2
2
7
4
10
3
4

0
1
8
8
13
5
13
2
1
0
14
0
0
5

CAMERON
0
0
0
CLARION
20
2
1
CLEARFIELD
88
9
3
CRAWFORD
90
9
5
ELK
9
1
0
ERIE
434
19
FOREST
12
0
JEFFERSON
24
0
LAWRENCE
80
1
MCKEAN
42
1
MERCER
112
4
VENANGO
44
0
WARREN
31
1
* Data may be incomplete due to lag in reporting
Cummulative are cases diagnosed through December 31, 2014 and reported through March 31, 2015.
Note: Percentages may not add to 100% due to 'rounding' .
COUNTY

1
0
10
14
7
6
13
2
3
0
13
0
1
6

0
2
9
7
7
4
21
0
0
0
6
0
0
2

0
2
3
9
2
6
8
3
0
0
6
0
0
5

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0
2
7
5
3
8
7
3
0
0
10
0
0
5

0
0
10
8
5
0
15
1
0
0
3
0
0
4

15
35
305
401
267
135
487
235
71
15
219
10
15
106

12
25
209
232
166
69

Figure 5
Confirmed Cases of Pediatric HIV Disease and Perinatal HIV Exposure by Year of Diagnosis, 2000 - 2014

250

Number of Cases

200

150

100

50

0
2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Year of Diagnosis
Perinatal HIV Exposure

Confirmed Perinatal HIV Disease

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2011

2012

2013

2014