HIV/AIDS Prevalence and Mortality Tables - 2005

The following tables contain case counts of persons living with HIV or AIDS in Minnesota by place of residence, age, gender, race/ethnicity and mode of exposure.

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Number and Rate (per 100,000) of Persons Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by Residence, Age, and Gender -- Minnesota, 2005

Number and Rate (per 100,000) of Males & Females Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by Race/Ethnicity and Mode of Exposure -- Minnesota, 2005

Number and Rate (per 100,000) of Persons Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by County of Residence -- Minnesota, 2005

Number of HIV (non-AIDS) Cases, AIDS Cases, and AIDS Deaths -- Minnesota, 1990-2005

Known Mortality among Minnesota AIDS Cases by Year of Diagnosis -- Minnesota, through 2005


Table 1. Number (I) and Rate (II) (per 100,000) of Persons Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by Residence, Age, and Gender -- Minnesota, 2005 (V)
Group
HIV (non-AIDS)
AIDS
Total
HIV/AIDS Prevalence Rate
Cases
%
Cases
%
Cases
%
Residence (III)
Minneapolis
1,250
43%
959
42%
2,209
42%
577.3
St. Paul
405
14%
345
15%
750
14%
261.2
Suburban
875
30%
667
29%
1,542
30%
78.2
Greater Minnesota
363
13%
339
15%
702
13%
30.8
Total
2,893
100%
2,310
100%
5,203
100%
106.4
Age (IV)
<13 yrs
22
1%
9
0%
31
1%
3.4
13-19 yrs
25
1%
6
<1%
31
1%
5.9
20-24 yrs
125
4%
32
1%
157
3%
48.7
25-29 yrs
269
9%
95
4%
364
7%
113.8
30-34 yrs
319
11%
198
9%
517
10%
146.3
35-39 yrs
526
18%
361
16%
887
17%
215.0
40-44 yrs
631
22%
576
25%
1,207
23%
293.2
45-49 yrs
471
16%
451
19%
922
18%
253.1
50-54 yrs
270
9%
293
13%
563
11%
186.8
55-59 yrs
151
5%
173
7%
324
6%
142.8
60+ yrs
97
3%
125
5%
222
4%
28.7
Total
2,906
100%
2,319
100%
5,225
100%
106.4
Gender
Male
2,212
76%
1,853
80%
4,065
78%
166.9
Female
702
24%
466
20%
1,168
22%
47.0
Total
2,914
100%
2,319
100%
5,233
100%
106.4
State Totals
2,914
2,319
5,233
106.4
(I) Cases reported to the MDH, assumed to be alive, and currently residing in Minnesota as of 12/31/05.
(II) HIV/AIDS prevalence rate calculated by dividing the total number of prevalent cases in a stratum (e.g. persons aged 20-24 years) by the estimated population for that stratum and multiplying by 100,000. Population estimates are based on 2000 U.S. Census data.
(III) Residence information missing for 21 persons living with HIV and 9 persons living with AIDS.
(IV) Age missing for 8 persons living with HIV and 0 persons living with AIDS.
(V) MDH participates in the Interstate De-Duplication Project administered by CDC and aimed at eliminating duplicate reporting of HIV and AIDS cases. For further detail on the impact of this project on Minnesota numbers please see the HIV Surveillance Technical Notes.
Suburban = Seven-county metropolitan area except Minneapolis & St. Paul (Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin (except Minneapolis), Ramsey (except St. Paul), Scott, and Washington counties). Greater Minnesota = Remaining 80 counties outside of the seven-county metropolitan area.
Numbers exclude federal and private prisoners, but include 100 state prisoners and 148 refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program.
Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Table 2. Number of Males & Females and Rates (per 100,000) Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by Race/Ethnicity and Mode of Exposure (I) - Minnesota, 2005
Group
Males
Females
Total
HIV (non-AIDS)
AIDS
Total Cases
%
HIV (non-AIDS)
AIDS
Total Cases
%
HIV (non-AIDS)
AIDS
Grand Total Cases
%
Rate (III)
Race/Ethnicity
White, non-Hispanic
1,425
1,145
2,570
63%
209
134
343
29%
1,634
1,279
2,913
56%
67.4
Black (II), African-American
425
357
782
19%
230
144
374
32%
655
501
1,156
22%
689.0
Black (II), African-born
155
122
277
7%
184
126
310
27%
339
248
587
11%
1174 - 1668
Hispanic
133
174
307
8%
38
32
70
6%
171
206
377
7%
262.9
American Indian
25
30
55
1%
22
16
38
3%
47
46
93
2%
114.7
Asian/PI
30
21
51
1%
16
11
27
2%
46
32
78
1%
46.4
Other (II)
19
4
23
1%
3
3
6
1%
22
7
29
1%
x
Total
2,212
1,853
4,065
100%
702
466
1,168
100%
2,914
2,319
5,233
100%
106.4
Mode of Exposure
MSM
1,498
1,218
2,716
67%
--
--
--
--
1,498
1,218
2,716
52%
x
IDU
131
115
246
6%
63
77
140
12%
194
192
386
7%
x
MSM/IDU
138
141
279
7%
--
--
--
--
138
141
279
5%
x
Heterosexual (Total)
(71)
(63)
(134)
3%
(298)
(184)
(482)
41%
(369)
(247)
(616)
12%
x
with IDU
29
34
63
--
78
69
147
--
107
103
210
--
x
with Bisexual Male
-
-
-
--
54
30
84
--
54
30
84
--
x
with Hemophiliac/other
1
1
2
--
4
0
4
--
5
1
6
--
x
with HIV+, unknown risk
41
28
69
--
162
85
247
--
203
113
316
--
x
Perinatal
7
8
15
0%
26
7
33
3%
33
15
48
1%
x
Other
15
25
40
1%
8
4
12
1%
23
29
52
1%
x
Unspecified
126
124
250
6%
140
93
233
20%
266
217
483
9%
x
No Interview
226
159
385
9%
167
101
268
23%
393
260
653
12%
x
Total
2,212
1,853
4,065
100%
702
466
1,168
100%
2,914
2,319
5,233
100%
106.4
(I) Cases reported to the MDH, assumed to be alive and currently residing in Minnesota as of 12/31/05.
(II) African-born Blacks are reported separately from other Blacks (born in the U.S. or elsewhere). "Other" includes multi-racial persons and persons with unknown race.
MSM = Men who have sex with men. IDU = Injecting drug use. Heterosexual = For males: heterosexual contact with a female known to be HIV+, an injecting drug user, or a hemophiliac/blood product or organ transplant recipient. For females: heterosexual contact with a male known to be HIV+, bisexual, an injecting drug user, or a hemophiliac/blood product or organ transplant recipient. Perinatal = Mother to child HIV transmission. Other = Hemophilia patient/blood product or organ transplant recipient. Unspecified = Cases who did not acknowledge any of the risks listed above. No Interview = Cases who refused to be, could not be or have not yet been interviewed.
(III) HIV/AIDS prevalence rate calculated by dividing the total number of prevalent cases in a stratum (e.g. White, non-Hispanic) by the estimated population for that stratum and multiplying by 100,000. Population estimates are based on 2000 U.S. Census data. Accurate population estimates for Black, African-born persons living in Minnesota are unavailable anecdotal (50,000) and 2000 U.S. Census data (35,188) ) were used to create the range of rates reported for African-born persons. The population estimate for Black, African-American persons (167,784) was calculated by subtracting the U.S. Census estimate for African-born persons (35,188) from the total Black population (202,972). Note that this assumes that all African-born persons are Black (as opposed to another race).
Numbers exclude federal and private prisoners, but include 100 state prisoners and 148 refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program.
Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding.

Table 3. Number and Rate (per 100,000) of Persons Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by County of Residence (I) -- Minnesota, 2005
County (II)
HIV (non-AIDS)
AIDS
Total
Rate (III)
Aitkin
2
2
4
-
Anoka
104
73
177
59.4
Becker
0
4
4
-
Beltrami
4
9
13
32.8
Benton
4
4
8
23.4
Big Stone
0
0
0
-
Blue Earth
12
9
21
37.5
Brown
4
4
8
29.7
Carlton
5
9
14
44.2
Carver
14
14
28
39.9
Cass
0
4
4
-
Chippewa
0
2
2
-
Chisago
2
4
6
14.6
Clay
10
9
19
37.1
Clearwater
1
0
1
-
Cook
0
2
2
-
Cottonwood
0
2
2
-
Crow Wing
5
7
12
21.8
Dakota
125
78
203
57.0
Dodge
2
3
5
28.2
Douglas
1
4
5
15.2
Faribault
2
7
9
55.6
Fillmore
4
4
8
37.9
Freeborn
1
2
3
-
Goodhue
7
1
8
18.1
Grant
1
1
2
-
Hennepin
1,699
1,310
3,009
269.6
Houston
1
1
2
-
Hubbard
3
4
7
38.1
Isanti
4
4
8
25.6
Itasca
3
5
8
18.2
Jackson
0
0
0
-
Kanabec
2
2
4
-
Kandiyohi
7
9
16
38.8
Kittson
0
0
0
-
Koochiching
1
0
1
-
Lac Qui Parle
0
0
0
-
Lake
1
1
2
-
Lake of the Woods
0
0
0
-
Le Sueur
2
4
6
23.6
Lincoln
2
0
2
-
Lyon
6
1
7
27.5
McLeod
3
2
5
14.3
Mahnomen
1
0
1
-
Marshall
0
0
0
-
Martin
3
2
5
22.9
Meeker
5
4
9
39.7
Mille Lacs
2
7
9
40.3
Morrison
2
7
9
28.4
Mower
11
8
19
49.2
Murray
0
1
1
-
Nicollet
3
5
8
26.9
Nobles
12
5
17
81.6
Norman
1
0
1
-
Olmsted
42
31
73
58.7
Otter Tail
2
3
5
8.7
Pennington
1
1
2
-
Pine
5
2
7
26.4
Pipestone
1
1
2
-
Polk
6
5
11
35.1
Pope
1
2
3
-
Ramsey
502
411
913
178.7
Red Lake
0
0
0
-
Redwood
0
1
1
-
Renville
1
1
2
-
Rice
9
6
15
26.5
Rock
1
2
3
-
Roseau
0
0
0
-
St. Louis
56
38
94
46.9
Scott
16
25
41
45.8
Sherburne
11
13
24
37.3
Sibley
1
1
2
-
Stearns
17
22
39
29.3
Steele
5
1
6
17.8
Stevens
1
1
2
-
Swift
0
0
0
-
Todd
1
0
1
-
Traverse
1
1
2
-
Wabasha
3
3
6
27.8
Wadena
4
3
7
51.0
Waseca
8
0
8
41.0
Washington
35
41
76
37.8
Watonwan
2
1
3
-
Wilkin
0
0
0
-
Winona
5
2
7
14.0
Wright
14
9
23
25.6
Yellow Medicine
1
0
1
-
State Total (II)
2,914
2,319
5,233
106.4
(I) Cases reported to the MDH, assumed to be alive and currently residing in a Minnesota county as of 12/31/05.
(II) Residence information missing for 21 persons living with HIV and 9 persons living with AIDS. Total rate is based on all cases in the state (n=5,233)
Numbers by county exclude federal, and private prisoners, but include 148 refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program. Numbers for counties in which a state correctional facility is located, exclude those inmates. The total number of state prisoners is 100. State correctional facilities are located in the following counties: Anoka, Carlton, Chisago, Goodhue, Pine, Rice, Scott, St. Louis, Stearns, and Washington.
(III) HIV/AIDS prevalence rate calculated by dividing the total number of prevalent cases in a stratum (e.g. persons living in Hennepin county) by the estimated population for that stratum and multiplying by 100,000. Population estimates are based on 2000 U.S. Census data. Rates not calculated for counties with fewer than 5 cases.

Table 4. Number of HIV (non-AIDS) Cases, AIDS Cases, and AIDS Deaths (I) Minnesota, 1990-2005
 
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
HIV (non-AIDS)
332
357
348
223
225
222
192
198
198
201
178
199
213
182
192
222
AIDS (II)
267
336
361
350
332
339
258
194
193
161
157
124
157
164
203
177
AIDS deaths
165
191
189
207
276
253
190
77
70
69
75
64
56
55
62
50
(I) HIV (non-AIDS) = New cases of HIV infection (excluding AIDS at first diagnosis) diagnosed within a given calendar year. AIDS = All new cases of AIDS diagnosed within a given calendar year. AIDS deaths = Number of deaths known to have occurred among AIDS cases in a given calendar year, regardless of cause.
(II) Numbers include refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program diagnosed with AIDS subsequent to their arrival in the U.S.
Please Note: These numbers refer to events, not individuals. For example, a person diagnosed as an HIV (non-AIDS) case in 1992 and then diagnosed as an AIDS case in 2000 will be counted twice in Table 4, once for each event. Thus, the numbers of HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS cases cannot be summed over years to obtain cumulative totals. Please refer to the Minnesota HIV Surveillance Report, 2005 New HIV Infections, Table 1 for cumulative totals.
Case numbers exclude federal and private prisoners.

Table 5. Known Mortality among Minnesota AIDS Cases by Year of Diagnosis -- Minnesota, through 2005 (I)
Year
Cases Diagnosed
Cases Known to be Dead (II)
Case-Fatality Rate (III)
Deaths Occurring in this Interval
1982-1989
740
713
96%
368
1990
267
247
93%
165
1991
336
306
91%
191
1992
361
280
78%
189
1993
350
252
72%
207
1994
332
196
59%
276
1995
339
118
35%
253
1996
258
82
32%
190
1997
194
51
26%
77
1998
193
39
20%
70
1999
161
27
17%
69
2000
157
27
17%
75
2001
124
12
10%
64
2002
157
22
14%
56
2003
164
13
8%
55
2004
203
21
10%
62
2005
177
11
6%
50
Cumulative Total
4,513
2,417
54%
2,417
(I) CDC 1993 AIDS definition used for all cases.
(II) Cases known to be dead (by any cause) as of 12/31/2005. Reporting of deaths is incomplete.
(III) Case-fatality rate is calculated by dividing the number of cases known to be dead by those diagnosed in a given interval and multiplying by 100.
Numbers exclude federal and private prisoners, but include state prisoners and refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program diagnosed with AIDS subsequent to their arrival in the U.S.

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