Figure 4. AIDS cases, AIDS deaths, and persons living with AIDS in the United States, 1981–2003. Over the past decade, the number of new AIDS cases and deaths due to AIDS has decreased, while the number of people living with the disease has increased, due in large part to improvements in diagnosis and treatment. Estimates adjusted for reporting delays. Source: CDC (8).
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