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HIV/STD/Hepatitis Statistics

Click the appropriate link below  to access statistics:

 

Oklahoma Statewide Epidemiological Profile 

2010 Oklahoma HIV/STD Comprehensive Epidemiologic Profile Update (pdf)

2010 Oklahoma HIV/STD Comprehensive Epidemiologic Profile Presentation (pdf)

2010 Oklahoma HIV/STD Comprehensive Epidemiologic Profile PowerPoint (pptx)

2009 Oklahoma HIV/STD Comprehensive Epidemiologic Profile PowerPoint (pdf)

 

HIV Statistics

Prevalent (Living) HIV/AIDS Cases Diagnosed in Oklahoma by County of Residence, 1982-2012 (pdf)

Reported HIV/AIDS Cases (Cumulative) in Oklahoma as of December 31, 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-HIV/AIDS in Oklahoma as of 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-Deaths Among HIV/AIDS Cases 1982-2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-HIV/AIDS in Oklahoma by Race 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-HIV/AIDS in Oklahoma by Transmission 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-Newly Diagnosed HIV with Prior STD History (pdf)

Quick Facts-HIV/AIDS Among MSM (pdf)

Quick Facts-HIV/AIDS Among Oklahoma Women (pdf)

 

STD Statistics

Newly Diagnosed Sexually Transmitted Diseases by County of Residence, Oklahoma 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-Chlamydia in Oklahoma, 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-Chlamydia Among Pregnant Females, 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-Gonorrhea in Oklahoma, 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-Gonorrhea Among Pregnant Females, 2012 (pdf)

Quick Facts-Syphilis in Oklahoma, 2012 (pdf)

2010 Oklahoma STD Rates by County (pdf)

 

Hepatitis Statistics

2010 Hepatitis B Cases in Oklahoma (pdf)

2010 Hepatitis C Cases in Oklahoma (pdf)

 

Click the link below to access the HIV/STD Data Request Form:

HIV/STD Service Data Request Form (pdf)


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