Groups with HIV / AIDS in Mexico

In the last 25 years, a total of 40,214 cases diagnosed with HIV have been reported in young people between 15 and 29 years old, according to statistics from the National Registry of AIDS Cases in Mexico (CENSIDA).

These figures are segmented by gender, where 80% of cases diagnosed with HIV are suffered by men and 20% by women.

It is almost 25 years since the first record of a case of Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) in our country. According to the Directorate of Prevention and Social Participation, the key populations or groups that concentrate the HIV-AIDS epidemic in Mexico are:

   MSM (Men who have sex with men)


Women workers and sex workers


PPL (Persons deprived of liberty)


UDI (Injecting drug users)


Transgender groups

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