SF’s new HIV cases hit record low, but disparities widening among groups

Aggressive efforts to end transmission of HIV are paying off in San Francisco, where public health officials are reporting record-low new cases, and the city is far outpacing national trends that show much narrower declines, reports Erin Allday of the San Francisco Chronicle. The story highlights the efforts of Getting to Zero and Ward 86, UCSF's HIV clinic at Zuckerberg San Francisco General. Read the full story.