The CDC estimates that just fewer than 1.2 million people in the US are living with HIV/AIDS.  An overwhelming 44 percent of those cases live in 12 cities in all different geographic areas across the nation.  These 12 cities are home to 430,000 people living with HIV/AIDS.  While HIV is not a solely urban problem, there is definitely an urban crisis to be addressed.  Here’s a breakdown of how many people are living with HIV in each city.

The Local And The Global: HIV/AIDS Affects Us All

Source: The Body