|HIV incidence among younger Black men who have sex with men (MSM) aged 13-29 increased by 48%; with HIV incidence unchanged among other young MSM. In addition, epidemiological surveillance data show that transgender adolescents and young adults, especially transgender youth of color, are heavily impacted by HIV/AIDS. Given high rates of HIV infection among young Black men who have sex with men and transgender persons (YBMSMT), engagement in HIV primary care, which includes linkage to and retention in care, is critical for reducing onward transmissions and outcome disparities.
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