HIV/AIDS Death Totals by State including the District of Columbia
Compiled from each State's Department of Public Health

NOTE* The death totals reported by most states' (e.g. CA, IL) include deaths from non-AIDS causes,
such as automobile accidents, assault, heart attack, etc. In other instances, HIV/AIDS deaths
are under-reported due to insufficient reporting and in some instances, opportunistic infections
 are stated on the death certificate instead of HIV/AIDS.

State Deaths Year %   State Deaths Year %
                 
Alabama 118 2010  75%   Missouri  129 2007 N/A 
Alaska  1 2008  96%.   Montana 4 2009 85%.
Arizona 185 2009  68%.   Nebraska  28 2007  N/A.
Arkansas  68 2009  65%.   Nevada 82 2008  75%
California 642 2008  92%.   New Hampshire  10 2007 N/A.
Colorado 61 2009  85%.   New Jersey  495 2007  89%.
Connecticut 115 2008  80%.   New Mexico  35 2007 85%.
Delaware 70 2008  60%.   New York 984 2010 88%..
District of Columbia  133 2007  N/A   North Carolina 384 2007 N/A.
Florida 1,412 2008  68%.   North Dakota  3 2007 N/A.
Georgia 681 2007 N/A.   Ohio  260 2010 73%..
Hawaii 21 2007  95%.   Oklahoma  65 2008 79%.
Idaho 6 2007  95%.   Oregon 70 2009 79%
Illinois 113 2009  94%   Pennsylvania 304 2008 78%.
Indiana 243 2008  N/A.   Rhode Island  24 2007  90%. 
Iowa 19 2011  82%.   South Carolina  184 2010  66%.. 
Kansas 25 2009  81%.   South Dakota 5 2007 N/A. 
Kentucky 8 2009  97%.   Tennessee 252 2007  62% 
Louisiana  344 2007  N/A.   Texas  862 2008  69%.
Maine ('09 Slide set) 15 2008 78%.   Utah  18 2008  90%.
Maryland 324 2007  79%.   Vermont  2 2007 N/A.
Massachusetts 143 2007  86%.   Virginia 302 2009 78%.
Michigan 102 2012  89%..   Washington 83 2007  86%.
Minnesota 61 2011  78%..   West Virginia 2 2008  98%.
Mississippi 219 2008  28%.   Wisconsin  69 2008  82%.
          Wyoming 0 2009 100%.

The total reported above by all fifty states and DC is 9,790.

The Center for Disease Control estimate of 14,935 (Table 11a) which is 52 percent
higher than
9,790
, is excessively pessimistic and that the CDC should rely more
heavily on the statistics provided by the states. Also, note that the numbers above
include deaths from non-AIDS causes, such as automobile accidents,
assault, heart attack, etc.

% = the percentage drop in deaths since the high year in that state
 


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