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This image was produced, by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 1997, and was entitled, AIDS Cases Reported in 1996 and Estimated 1996 Population by Race/Ethnicity, United States. It shows you two pie charts. The chart on the left reveals the number of AIDS cases by ethnicity, for an estimated 1996 U.S. population of 269,459,000. The conclusion is that 38% of AIDS case would be white, non-Hispanic, 42% would be black, non-Hispanic, 19% would be Hispanic, and less than 2% would be Asian/Pacific Islanders, or American Indian/Alaskan Native. Revealing how the number of Aids cases is disproportionately weighted towards blacks and Hispanics, even though the vast majority of the population was white.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/NCHSTP/DHAP/ Jean G. Smith
Creation Date:1997
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CDC Organization
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