Use ten scholarly sources. At least one source must be from the Center for Disease Control.
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According to the Center for Disease Control, women account for one out of every four people living with HIV in the United States (Center for Disease Control 2015). In fact, most women, approximately eighty-four percent, contract HIV from heterosexual contact (Center for Disease Control 2015). The most affected subpopulation who have contracted the disease are African-American women — about 5,300 new cases of HIV were counted in 2010, more than Black heterosexual men 2,700, or White (1,300) and Hispanic/Latino women (1,200). In 2013, 9,278 women, thirteen years and older, were given a diagnosis of HIV infection, which may or may not lead to AIDs. While this number is down from 2009 statistics that counted 10,686 women affected, there are still main problems facing healthcare providers. A disproportionate number of women with HIV are minorities, and many women who are diagnosed do not receive adequate treatment....