Median number of days since last HIV test in U.S. from 2006-2016, by gender

Median number of days since last HIV test among U.S. adults from 2006-2016, by gender

by John Elflein, last edited Jul 4, 2018
Median number of days since last HIV test in U.S.  from 2006-2016, by gender This statistic depicts the median number of days since the last HIV test among U.S. adults from 2006-2016, by gender. According to the data, the median number of days since the last HIV test among females was 1,047 days.
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Median number of days since last HIV test among U.S. adults from 2006-2016, by gender

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Female1,047
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by John Elflein, last edited Jul 4, 2018
This statistic depicts the median number of days since the last HIV test among U.S. adults from 2006-2016, by gender. According to the data, the median number of days since the last HIV test among females was 1,047 days.
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