Question: Is there an HIV database?

Beginning in 2001, HIV testing from population-based surveys, such as the Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS), has provided important data from the general population. The HIV/AIDS Surveillance Data Base is maintained by the U.S. Census Bureau with funds from PEPFAR, and it is updated annually.

Is there a national HIV registry?

Since 1989 the Department of Veterans Affairs has maintained a national HIV registry. VAs HIV registry is national in scope, it contains longitudinal data and detailed resource utilization and clinical information.

Is there a national database for HIV?

CDCS National HIV Surveillance System is the primary source for monitoring HIV trends in the United States. CDC funds and assists state and local health departments to collect the information.

Is there a way to find out if someone is HIV positive?

The only way to tell if a person has HIV is through the HIV Antibody Test, which detects the presence of antibodies produced by the body in response to the HIV virus.

Can you have a trace of HIV?

Patient-referral contact tracing is when a person newly diagnosed with HIV tells (notifies) their sexual and drug-using partners that they may have been exposed to HIV.

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