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Native HIV rates in Wyo. rise

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JUNE 5, 2001

Cases of HIV infection among Native Americans in Wyoming rose from 1 percent to 3 percent over the past decade, according to statistics releaesd by the state Department of Health on Monday.

The state has a relatively low number of AIDS/HIV cases but a state health official says more minorities are being affected.

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Wyoming AIDS cases mirrors national trends (AP 6/5)

Relevant Links:
Wyoming Department of Health - http://wdhfs.state.wy.us/WDH/index.htm
20 Years of AIDS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - http://www.cdc.gov/nchstp/od/20years.htm

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