Thursday, January 30, 2014

STI/HIV Fact Sheet for 80204, 80219 and 80223

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By Megan Duffy

We are continuing to develop a series of STI/HIV data fact sheets for Colorado.  These will be for people in public health, physicians, community planners, and anyone who wants to use data to start a conversation, who wants to ask questions, who is curious about where we stand.  The first fact sheet was the overall Colorado fact sheet.  Now, we are describing geographical areas with a high morbidity of STIs.

We continue to encourage you to look carefully at these fact sheets about STIs and HIV in Colorado. You can find them along with additional data on our STI/HIV Surveillance Program Page Tell us what is helpful, tell us what you need. Tell us what you think could help to prevent STIs and HIV in Colorado. Use this information to make a difference in your life and in your community!

For more information, questions or comments about the STI/HIV Fact Sheets, contact

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