HIV Statistics in the United States
According to the latest CDC data, 43,899 people in the United states were newly diagnosed in 2014. The leading cause was male-to-male sexual contact, with 29,418 diagnoses, followed by heterosexual contact (10,527), injection drug use (2,635), MSM & IDU (1,217), and finally, other causes (102).
Map: Diagnoses Per 100,000 for Every State
In 2014, there were 35,571 reported new diagnoses for men and 8,328 diagnoses for women in the United States.
A table of the total new diagnoses broken down by race.
Total HIV diagnoses by race in 2014