November 29, 2011
Teen HIV Rate Rises Sharply in Nebraska
Since 2008, the Nebraska AIDS Project has seen a 263 percent increase in HIV-positive people ages 13 to 24, KETV.com reports. Since more than half of people living with the virus in the state identify as heterosexual, advocates want to raise HIV awareness among the general population. Officials said someone is diagnosed with HIV in Nebraska every three days.
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