Thursday, March 27, 2014
Mapping HIV/AIDS in San Francisco
The San Francisco Department of Public Health has released an Atlas of HIV/AIDS in San Francisco. The map helps identify areas of the city with relatively high rates of new infection and help guide the placement of prevention services.
The map reveals that the Castro remains home to the largest number of those living with HIV/AIDS and those newly infected. The map includes data from 2003-2010 and can be filtered by year, sex, age and race. It also possible to explore survival rates in each of the San Francisco neighborhoods.