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N.C. HIV/STD Reports

The Surveillance Unit of the Communicable Disease Branch collects, qualifies and analyzes reportable disease surveillance data to determine the health status and trends of the people of North Carolina. All individually identifying information reported to the Division of Public Health is confidential and protected by law. Surveillance information is shared routinely and voluntarily with the CDC and public health partners and practitioners throughout the state in a manner compliant with HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).

Quarterly Reports

The quarterly North Carolina HIV/STD Surveillance Report contains the most recent case statistics about syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV and AIDS for each quarter in the current year. It contains statewide summaries of reports with breakdowns by sex, age group and race/ethnicity. It also contains summaries of reports for each county.

*Due to data system changeovers for the North Carolina HIV/STD surveillance program, some individual quarterly reports may be missing. Please consult later quarterly reports or annual surveillance reports for summary data.

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Annual Reports

The annual North Carolina HIV/STD Surveillance Report contains detailed case statistics about syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV and AIDS for the last full 5-year period. It includes breakdowns of reports by sex, age group, race/ethnicity for each year with accompanying disease incidence rates.

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State Profile

The annual HIV Prevention & Community Planning Epidemiologic Profile for North Carolina is the most comprehensive report available for HIV/AIDS in North Carolina. It includes not only surveillance information but also related information available from other agencies. It includes detailed discussions of HIV and AIDS trends, risk factors and differences among various demographic groups in the state.

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Special Reports

Special Reports are topical reports on various health issues about STD and HIV/AIDS.

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Archival Data

These state surveillance reports for 1999 and 2000 contain detailed case statistics about HIV/AIDS in North Carolina, including statewide comparisons of adult/adolescent and pediatric cases, mode of transmission, race/ethnicity, age group and sex categories. Case report totals, rates and cumulative living case totals are calculated for each county. This report is no longer being published; beginning in 2001, this information has been incorporated into other annual reports.

Special Reports

Dynamic Maps from the North Carolina Health Atlas (State Center for Health Statistics)

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