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HIV, STIs and Teen Pregnancy

An estimated 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV (CDC External Web Site Icon), and nearly 1,700 teens ages 15 to 17 give birth every week (CDC External Web Site Icon). In 2017, there were 1.7 million cases of chlamydia, more than 500,000 cases of gonorrhea, and more than 30,000 cases of syphilis (CDC External Web Site Icon).

Summary Table

This summary of CPSTF findings to prevent HIV/AIDS, other STIs and teen pregnancy can be used as a reference, included in presentations, or shared with colleagues.

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Partner Services Interventions to Increase HIV Testing
Did You Know? HIV partner services are offered to people diagnosed with HIV infection and their sexual or needle-sharing partners. These cost-effective interventions include: preventive services; partner identification & notification; HIV testing of partners; linkage to HIV care & other medical services. Implementation of partner services interventions can increase HIV testing and reduce transmission of the virus and supports Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. View the Community Preventive Services Task Force recommendation at https://go.usa.gov/xuKxD.
 
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Did You Know? HIV partner services are offered to people diagnosed with HIV infection and their sexual or needle-sharing partners. These cost-effective interventions include: preventive services; partner identification & notification; HIV testing of partners; linkage to HIV care & other medical services. Implementation of partner services interventions can increase HIV testing and reduce transmission of the virus and supports Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. View the Community Preventive Services Task Force recommendation at https://go.usa.gov/xuKxD.
 

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