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San Francisco 90-90-90 Targets (2015)

93%

79%

91%

*corresponding 2015 care continuum data will be published in the fall

Source: Provided by San Francisco Department of Public Health

San Francisco HIV Care Continuum (2014) PLHIV: 16,200

93%

69%

65%

60%

The following counters and charts portray the current global epidemiology of HIV. The charts have hovers and are changeable by clicking on them. They are also downloadable-see the download button.

15,979

Source: SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2014

13,902

Source: SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2014

302

Source: SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2014

177

Source: Source : SF DPH HIV Epidemiology Annual Report, 2014

San Francisco Department of Public Health HIV Epidemiology Annual Report

Continuum of HIV Care in San Francisco, 2014

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Methodology

To estimate the number of people living with HIV including those aware and unaware we applied the estimates of unaware derived from the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance (MSM 2014, HET 2013, PWID 2012) and the Transwomen Empowered to Advance Community Health study, 2nd round (TEACH2 2013) to those diagnosed. The number of persons living with HIV diagnosis (n=15022) includes San Francisco residents at time of diagnosis who were living with HIV at the end of 2014 and diagnosed as of 12/31/2013. Persons who were non-San Francisco residents at time of HIV diagnosis but San Francisco residents at AIDS diagnosis were excluded. Receipt of care is defined as having at least one CD4, viral load or genotype test in 2014. Use of ART is defined as ever use and collected through medical records from medical facilities where HIV surveillance staff has access to. Viral suppression is defined as the latest viral load test result in 2014 <200 copies/ml.

People Diagnosed and Living with HIV, 2006-2014

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Trends in New HIV and AIDS Diagnosis, 2006-2014

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New HIV Diagnoses and Deaths, 2006-2014

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Methodology
  • The date of initial HIV diagnosis for newly diagnosed cases takes into account a number of dates and is determined based on the earliest of any of the following: positive HIV antibody test, positive HIV antigen/ antibody combination test, viral load or CD4 test, initiation of ART, physician-documented diagnosis in absence of sufficient laboratory evidence, or patient self-report of a positive HIV test.