According to recent data, Lane County has the 4th highest prevalence rate in the state and the 5 highest number of new HIV/AIDS diagnosis. As of 2006 there are 296 reported Living HIV/AIDS cases in Lane County (86.3/100,000). In addition there were 14 new HIV/AIDS diagnosis (with average of approximately 17 each year).
HIV Incidence in Lane County mirrors much of our prevalence data. Most new diagnoses are among men, particularly men who have sex with other men. In 2006, 64 percent of new diagnoses were men who reported having sex with other men. For women, the most common report risk was heterosexual sex. Oregon’s incidence data reflects similar trends, with 72% of new diagnoses being men who reported having sex with other men. And the most common reported risk for women was heterosexual sex.
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