United Press International
Today, one in five people with HIV (in the United States), or 21 percent, don't know they are infected," Koop said in a news conference in Washington Tuesday. "This number is even higher among HIV-infected gay and bisexual men and among infected...
Wednesday that the disease is becoming "the forgotten epidemic." About 56,000 Americans become infected each year, about 15,000 die and about one-fifth of those with the virus don't know they have it, he told a gathering at the National Press Club.