Table 2

Selected demographic and HIV disease characteristics (n = 1873)
Frequency (%) Mean (SD)
Age (years) 46.1 (± 9.2)
Gender
Male 1299 (69.4)
Female 503 (26.9)
Transgender/Other 51 (2.8)
Ancestry (Race/Ethnicity)
African Am/Black 755 (40.3)
Latina/Latino 425 (22.7)
White 488 (26.1)
Other 179 (9.7)
Education
11th grade or less 491 (26.2)
High School 735 (39.2)
2+ yrs College 630 (33.9)
Income Adequate 495 (21.1)
HIV Disease Indicators
Year diagnosed with HIV 2,000 (± 6.6)
Prescribed HIV antiretroviral therapy 1500 (82.3)
Has AIDS diagnosis 788 (42.1)
Undetectable Viral Load 1030 (58.1)
Frequency (%)
HIV transmission methoda Man Woman Transgender/Other
Sex HIV+ man 791 (67.5) 396 (83.9) 42 (89.4)
Sex HIV+ woman 349 (33.3) 19 (4.8) 11 (36.7)
Sharing needles 301 (28.3) 122 (28.8) 17 (50)
Blood transfusion 76 (7.6) 41 (10.2) 6 (20.7)
Don’t know 124 (12.8) 34 (8.7) 4 (17.4)

Note. a Participants were asked to list the possible ways they could have been infected with HIV. Responses were not mutually exclusive and participants may have listed multiple modes of transmission. Transgender/Other includes persons identifying as a transman, transwoman, genderqueer, other, or decline to state.

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