HIV/AIDS Prevalence and Mortality Tables - 2010

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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HIV/AIDS Prevalence and Mortality Tables:
Number and Rate (per 100,000) of Persons Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by Residence, Age, and Gender -- Minnesota, 2010

Number and Rate (per 100,000) of Males & Females Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by Race/Ethnicity and Mode of Exposure -- Minnesota, 2010

Number and Rate (per 100,000) of Persons Living with HIV (non-AIDS) and AIDS by County of Residence -- Minnesota, 2010

Number of HIV (non-AIDS) Cases, AIDS Cases, and AIDS Deaths -- Minnesota, 1995-2010

Known Mortality among Minnesota AIDS Cases by Year of Diagnosis -- Minnesota, through 2010


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, 2010
Group
HIV (non-AIDS)
AIDS
Total
HIV/AIDS Prevalence Rate
Cases
%
Cases
%
Cases
%
Residence (III)
Minneapolis 1,471 41% 1,248 40% 2,719 40% 710.6
St. Paul 497 14% 483 15% 980 14% 341.3
Suburban 1,131 31% 947 30% 2,078 31% 105.4
Greater Minnesota 515 14% 475 15% 990 15% 43.5
Total 3,614 100% 3,153 100% 6,767 100% 133.2
Age (IV)
<13 yrs 38 1% 5 <1% 43 1% 4.7
13-19 yrs 52 1% 12 <1% 64 1% 12.2
20-24 yrs 183 5% 39 1% 222 3% 68.8
25-29 yrs 346 10% 125 4% 471 7% 147.3
30-34 yrs 399 11% 236 7% 635 10% 179.7
35-39 yrs 448 12% 339 11% 787 12% 190.8
40-44 yrs 578 16% 511 16% 1,089 17% 264.5
45-49 yrs 635 17% 732 23% 1,367 21% 375.3
50-54 yrs 476 13% 556 18% 1,032 16% 342.3
55-59 yrs 260 7% 319 10% 579 9% 255.2
60+ yrs 220 6% 297 9% 517 8% 66.9
Total 3,635 100% 3,171 99% 6,552 104% 126.5
Gender
Male 2,740 75% 2,503 79% 5,243 77% 215.3
Female 900 25% 671 21% 1,571 23% 63.2
Total 3,640 100% 3,174 100% 6,814 100% 138.5
State Totals 3,640 3,174 6,814 138.5
(I) Cases reported to the MDH, assumed to be alive, and currently residing in Minnesota as of 12/31/10.
(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 26 persons living with HIV and 21 persons living with AIDS.
(IV) Age missing for 5 persons living with HIV and 3 persons living with AIDS.
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 127 state prisoners and 164 refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program and 122 additional refugees/immigrants with HIV infection prior to resettling in Minnesota.
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, 2010
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 1,729 1,434 3,163 60% 250 173 423 27% 1,979 1,607 3,586 53% 83.0
Black (II), African-American 515 501 1,016 19% 255 205 460 29% 770 706 1,476 22% 879.7
Black (II), African-born 188 200 388 7% 278 200 478 30% 466 400 866 13% 1,732 - 2,461
Hispanic 194 273 467 9% 53 45 98 6% 247 318 565 8% 394.1
American Indian 31 36 67 1% 26 25 51 3% 57 61 118 2% 145.5
Asian/PI 43 39 82 2% 22 15 37 2% 65 54 119 2% 70.7
Other (II) 40 20 60 1% 16 8 24 2% 56 28 84 1% x
Total 2,740 2,503 5,243 100% 900 671 1,571 100% 3,640 3,174 6,814 100% 138.5
Mode of Exposure
MSM 1,907 1,572 3,479 66% -- -- -- -- 1,907 1,572 3,479 51% x
IDU 115 156 271 5% 63 93 156 10% 178 249 427 6% x
MSM/IDU 168 187 355 7% -- -- -- -- 168 187 355 5% x
Heterosexual (Total) (83) (106) (189) 4% (642) (474) (1116) 71% (725) (580) (1305) 19% x
with IDU
25 42 67 -- 74 86 160 -- 99 128 227 -- x
with Bisexual Male
- - - -- 48 40 88 -- 48 40 88 -- x
with Hemophiliac/other
2 2 4 -- 3 1 4 -- 5 3 8 -- x
with HIV+
56 62 118 -- 232 137 369 -- 288 199 487 -- x
Hetero, unknown risk (IV)
0 0 0 -- 285 210 495   285 210 495    
Perinatal 20 14 34 1% 34 9 43 3% 54 23 77 1% x
Other 12 23 35 1% 4 2 6 0% 16 25 41 1% x
Unspecified 262 291 553 11% 70 51 121 8% 332 342 674 10% x
No Interview 173 154 327 6% 87 42 129 8% 260 196 456 7% x
Total 2,740 2,503 5,243 100% 900 671 1,571 100% 3,640 3,174 6,814 100% 138.5
(I) Cases reported to the MDH, assumed to be alive and currently residing in Minnesota as of 12/31/10.
(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.
(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).
(IV) Hetero, unknown risk - Females who were interviewed and whose only risk is heterosexual contact but who were not able to provide information on the sexual partner's risk.
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, Unspecified = Cases who refused to be, could not be or have not yet been interviewed.
Numbers exclude federal and private prisoners, but include 127 state prisoners and 164 refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program and an additional 122 refugees/immigrants with HIV infection prior to resettling in Minnesota.
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, 2010
County (II)
HIV (non-AIDS)
AIDS
Total
Rate (III)
Aitkin 8 2 10 65.4
Anoka 134 138 272 91.2
Becker 3 7 10 33.3
Beltrami 12 9 21 53.0
Benton 4 8 12 35.1
Big Stone 0 0 0 -
Blue Earth 21 13 34 60.8
Brown 5 4 9 33.4
Carlton 3 7 10 31.6
Carver 20 20 40 57.0
Cass 7 10 17 62.6
Chippewa 2 2 4 -
Chisago 8 6 14 34.1
Clay 18 8 26 50.8
Clearwater 3 2 5 59.4
Cook 0 2 2 -
Cottonwood 2 3 5 41.1
Crow Wing 3 10 13 23.6
Dakota 189 133 322 90.5
Dodge 1 5 6 33.8
Douglas 2 6 8 24.4
Faribault 2 7 9 55.6
Fillmore 5 4 9 42.6
Freeborn 11 9 20 61.4
Goodhue 9 13 22 49.9
Grant 3 3 6 95.4
Hennepin 2,037 1,716 3,753 336.2
Houston 1 1 2 -
Hubbard 2 2 4 -
Isanti 13 11 24 76.7
Itasca 2 9 11 25.0
Jackson 6 3 9 79.9
Kanabec 4 2 6 40.0
Kandiyohi 11 9 20 48.5
Kittson 0 0 0 -
Koochiching 0 0 0 -
Lac Qui Parle 1 0 1 -
Lake 1 2 3 -
Lake of the Woods 0 0 0 -
Le Sueur 4 5 9 35.4
Lincoln 3 0 3 -
Lyon 9 2 11 43.3
McLeod 4 5 9 25.8
Mahnomen 0 0 0 -
Marshall 0 0 0 -
Martin 6 2 8 36.7
Meeker 4 5 9 39.7
Mille Lacs 0 6 6 26.9
Morrison 2 8 10 31.5
Mower 11 10 21 54.4
Murray 3 1 4 -
Nicollet 2 5 7 23.5
Nobles 10 10 20 96.0
Norman 0 0 0 -
Olmsted 66 39 105 84.5
Otter Tail 5 6 11 19.2
Pennington 0 2 2 -
Pine 3 3 6 22.6
Pipestone 0 0 0 -
Polk 4 6 10 31.9
Pope 3 2 5 44.5
Ramsey 578 548 1,126 220.3
Red Lake 1 0 1 -
Redwood 1 1 2 -
Renville 1 1 2 -
Rice 22 12 34 60.0
Rock 1 2 3 -
Roseau 0 0 0 -
St. Louis 65 61 126 62.8
Scott 32 36 68 76.0
Sherburne 15 21 36 55.9
Sibley 1 1 2 -
Stearns 27 28 55 41.3
Steele 3 4 7 20.8
Stevens 0 2 2 -
Swift 0 1 1 -
Todd 3 1 4 -
Traverse 1 0 1 -
Wabasha 1 1 2 -
Wadena 1 2 3 -
Waseca 5 2 7 35.8
Washington 66 53 119 59.2
Watonwan 0 1 1 -
Wilkin 0 1 1 -
Winona 10 3 13 26.0
Wright 16 13 29 32.2
Yellow Medicine 0 0 0 -
State Total (II) 3,640 3,174 6,814 138.5
(I) Cases reported to the MDH, assumed to be alive and currently residing in a Minnesota county as of 12/31/10.
(II) Residence information missing for 26 persons living with HIV and 21 persons living with AIDS. Total rate is based on all cases in the state (n=6,814)
Numbers by county exclude federal, and private prisoners, but include 164 refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program and 122 additional refugees/immigrants with HIV infection prior to resettling in Minnesota. Numbers for counties in which a state correctional facility is located, exclude those inmates. The total number of state prisoners is 127. State correctional facilities are located in the following counties: Anoka, Carlton, Chisago, Goodhue, Itasca, Rice, Scott, Sherburne, 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, AIDS Deaths, People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and All Deaths (I) Minnesota, 2000-2010
  2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
HIV (non-AIDS) 192 205 222 204 199 222 248 243 241 280 248
AIDS (II) 172 145 176 193 247 217 195 186 201 187 173
AIDS deaths 85 68 63 60 66 58 68 60 60 70 51
PLWHA 4,046 4,331 4,598 4,895 5,002 5,233 5,566 5,950 6,221 6,552 6,814
All deaths 81 71 72 72 70 68 79 77 72 88 70
(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, including AIDS at first diagnosis.
AIDS deaths = Number of deaths known to have occurred among MN AIDS cases in a given calendar year, regardless of location of death and cause.
All deaths= Number of deaths known to have occurred in MN among people with HIV infection, regardless of location of diagnosis and cause of death.
(II) Numbers include refugees in the HIV-Positive Refugee Resettlement Program and other refugees/immigrants 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 1996 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, 2010 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 2010 (I)
Year
Cases Diagnosed
Cases Known to be Dead (II)
Case-Fatality Rate (III)
Deaths Occurring in this Interval
1982-1999 3,532 2,479 70% 2,055
2000 172 36 21% 85
2001 145 23 16% 68
2002 176 34 19% 63
2003 193 35 18% 60
2004 247 46 19% 66
2005 217 32 15% 58
2006 195 17 9% 68
2007 186 26 14% 60
2008 201 21 10% 60
2009 187 8 4% 70
2010 173 7 4% 51
Cumulative Total 5,624 2,764 49% 2,764
(I) CDC 1993 AIDS definition used for all cases.
(II) Cases known to be dead (by any cause) as of 12/31/2010. 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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