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Oregon Statistics

The Epidemiologic Profile of HIV/AIDS in Oregon states that “HIV remains an important public health problem in Oregon. From 1981 through 2012, 9,307 Oregonians were diagnosed and reported with HIV infection; approximately 40% have since died.
Since 1997, approximately 274 new diagnoses were reported each year in Oregon.  The number of Oregon cases living with HIV has continued to increase each year, nearly doubling from 2,753 in 1997 to 5,581 in 2012.”

For more statistics on HIV/AIDS in the state of Oregon please go to:  Oregon Health Authority: State and Local statistics

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