Small-area estimates of MSM population sizes

Emory CAMP has partnered with CDC scientists in the Division of STD Prevention (DSTDP) and the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) to produce estimates of the number of men who have sex with men (MSM) in US states, counties, and metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). The burden of HIV and STDs is disproportionately high among MSM, and these population estimates are intended to be an additional tool for public health practitioners and policy planners. To improve use of these population estimates, the resources on this page include manuscripts detailing the methodology used and an application of the estimates to examine HIV diagnoses among MSM; national and regional slide decks that provide an overview of MSM populations in the United States; state-level MSM profiles, which include information on MSAs; and the county-level MSM data.

State-Specific Rates of Primary and Secondary Syphilis Among Men Who Have Sex with Men — United States, 2015

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Rates of Primary and Secondary Syphilis by State and Race/Ethnicity Among Men Who Have Sex with Men -- United States, 2014

Grey J,Weinstock H,Kidd S,Rosenberg E,Gift T,Bernstein K

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Rates of Prevalent HIV Infection, Prevalent Diagnoses and New Diagnoses among Men who Have Sex with Men in US States, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, and Counties, 2012-2013

Rosenberg E,Grey J,Sanchez T,Sullivan P

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MSM Estimation State Profiles

Grey J

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2013 MSM Estimates Data

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Supplementary MSM Estimation Materials: Slide Decks

Grey J

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Estimating Populations of MSM in US States and Counties

Grey J,Bernstein K,Sullivan P,Purcell D,Chesson H,Gift T,Rosenberg E

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Estimating the Population Sizes of Men Who Have Sex With Men in US States and Counties Using Data From the American Community Survey

Grey J,Bernstein K,Sullivan P,Purcell D,Chesson H,Gift T,Rosenberg E

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