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Table 2 Depression risk factors for all individuals in Dartmouth-Hitchcock HIV Program (1995–2005)

From: Living in rural New England amplifies the risk of depression in patients with HIV

  Depression (n = 314) No Depression (n = 331) P value by t test
Age, years 42.9 42.0 0.189
Male, % 74.4 70.6 0.312
Race, %    
   White 90.1 81.2 0.001
   Black 9.2 17.2 0.003
   Asian 0.3 1.2 0.198
HIV risk factor, %    
   Heterosexual 24.3 36.6 0.002
   Intravenous drug use 21.7 13.2 0.009
   Men who have sex with men 56.9 49.1 0.068
   Hemophilia 0.4 2.7 0.028
HIV disease status    
   Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, % 54.1 48.0 0.121
   Opportunistic infection, % 29.5 29.8 0.934
   CD4 T cell count at last follow-up, cells/mm3 433.4 453.5 0.384
Follow-Up Time, years 10.2 8.12 < 0.001
Access to Care    
   MapQuest Travel Time, minutes 43.3 47.3 0.206
   MapQuest Travel Distance, miles 33.8 36.2 0.358