As many as 4 in 10 gay men have HIV in some Southern cities

FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 1, 2014 file photo, a viewer casts a shadow while looking over some 800 AIDS memorial quilt panels on display as part of World AIDS Day at Emory University in Atlanta. A study by the university released on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 offers a new look at how common HIV is in different metro areas of the U.S. Southern metropolises top the list with HIV diagnosed in about 4 in 10 gay and bisexual men in Jackson, Mississippi, and 3 in 10 in El Paso, Texas; Augusta, Georgia; and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (AP Photo/David Goldman)NEW YORK (AP) — Three out of every 10 gay or bisexual men in several cities in the U.S. South have been diagnosed with the AIDS virus, three times the national rate, according to a study about how common HIV infections are in metro areas.



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