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The rate of HIV infections in the U.S. dropped by 20 percent over the past decade, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control that examines HIV trends from 2010-2014. But while some subsections of the American population have experienced dramatic improvements, others saw things get worse. 

African Americans are far more likely to contract HIV than any other racial or ethnic group. The rate of infections for blacks was 49.4 per 100,000 people in 2014, compared to 18.4 for Latinos, 9.5 for American Indians, 6.2 for Asians and 6.1 for whites. 

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