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Table 1 Index HIV cases aged 14 years and older diagnosed 2012–2013 in NC HIV/STD Control Region 6 and their disclosed and traced first-degree contacts in the sociosexual network (N = 1269)

From: Lost and found: applying network analysis to public health contact tracing for HIV

  Index (n = 569) Contact (n = 700)
  n (%) n (%)
Gender
 Male 451 (79) 581 (83)
 Female 114 (20) 98 (14)
 Transgender (M to F) 4 (0.7) 0
 Not indicated 0 21 (3)
Race/Ethnicity
 Non-Hispanic White 114 (20) 164 (23)
 Non-Hispanic Black 378 (66) 459 (66)
 Hispanic, any single race 58 (10) 33 (5)
 Other or mixed race 19 (3) 31 (4)
 Not indicated 0 13 (2)
Region of birth
 USA-50 states 530 (93) 344 (49)
 Latin / South America, Caribbean (incl. US Territories) 24 (4) 6 (0.9)
 Europe, Asia, Oceania 3 (0.5) 2 (0.3)
 Africa 12 (2) 0
 Not indicated 0 348 (50)
Marital status
 Currently married 39 (7) 44 (6)
 Divorced / separated / widowed 20 (4) 9 (1)
 Never married 413 (73) 413 (59)
 Not indicated 97 (17) 234 (33)
County of residence
 Urban 437 (77) –-  
 Suburban 27 (5) –-  
 Rural 105 (18) –-  
Age at index case's HIV diagnosis (years)a
 ≤ 19 29 (5) 46 (7)
 20–29 214 (38) 316 (45)
 30–39 101 (18) 169 (24)
 40–49 136 (24) 88 (13)
 ≥ 50 89 (16) 52 (7)
 Not indicated 0 –- 29 (4)
 Median (IQR) 33 (24–45) 28 (23–37)
HIV status
 Positive 569 (100) 221 (35)
 Negative –-   243 (32)
 Unknown   236 (34)
Year of HIV diagnosis    n = 221
 < 2006   50 (23)
 2006–2010   71 (32)
 2011   21 (10)
 2012 271 (48) 13 (6)
 2013 298 (52) 7 (3)
 ≥ 2014   35 (16)
Not indicated   24 (11)
HIV stage at diagnosisb
 Acute/recent 32 (6)  
 Chronic, non-AIDS 393 (69)  
 Chronic, AIDS 144 (25)  
  1. aAmong partners, for earliest record associated with any index case
  2. bBased upon laboratory results