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Worldwide Statistics At the end of 2016, there were an estimated 36.7 million people living with HIV/AIDS, including 2.1 million children. have died of AIDS-related cuases since the epidemic began.
Over-50 Population In NYC, 42% of HIV-positive New Yorkers are over 50.
Nationally, people aged 55 and older accounted for 19% of the estimated 1.1 million people living with HIV infection in 2010.
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Did you wish there was a place where you can find the people who are also living with HIV/AIDS, and you can dating with other HIV singles in a comfortable and private environment?Poz Match is a Positive Owned HIV Dating and Social Community.People just like you who are interested in meeting others for friendship, companionship and of course, love.Youth Nationally, in 2015, about one in five new HIV infections are among youth, ages 13 to 24.Young people aged 13–24 accounted for 22% of all new HIV infections in 2015.
Of the estimated new HIV infections in 2010 among Americans aged 55 and older: 36% were in white men, and 4% were in white women; 24% were in black men, and 15% were in black women; 12% were in Hispanic/Latino men, and 4% were in Hispanic/Latino women.