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HIV Cluster Response

HIV cluster detection and response is a critical component of CDC’s overall strategy for bringing the nation closer to the goal of no new HIV infections. Cluster detection and response uses data routinely reported to health departments to identify communities where HIV may be spreading quickly. This information can then be used to identify gaps in prevention and care services and ensure that services reach the populations that need them the most. 

We are currently developing additional HIV cluster response content for this page. For now, please refer to the HIV cluster detection and response information on CDC’s webpage - HIV Cluster and Outbreak Detection and Response

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