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It represents 5,514 square miles and, as of 2012, had a population of approximately 200,022.

It represents 6,169 square miles with a population of 138,088 persons as of 2012.

The average median household income in Cochise County was 45,505 in 2012.

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Between 2007-2011, the emergence of HIV/AIDS in Black Non-Hispanics is 164% higher than the statewide average.

The 2012 population in Pima County was 50.8% female and 49.2% male.

In 2013, the University of Arizona Petersen Clinics were awarded 0,000 from the Part C Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act that allowed them to implement Early Intervention Services.

HIV/AIDS care is mostly provided by private practice physicians who co-manage patients with HIV specialists in Tucson and Phoenix.

Care is primarily paid for under the Part B Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act and managed by Chiricahua Community Health Center.

Between 2007-2011, the emergence of HIV/AIDS in Black Non-Hispanics is 164% higher than the statewide average.

The 2012 population in Pima County was 50.8% female and 49.2% male.

In 2013, the University of Arizona Petersen Clinics were awarded 0,000 from the Part C Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act that allowed them to implement Early Intervention Services.

HIV/AIDS care is mostly provided by private practice physicians who co-manage patients with HIV specialists in Tucson and Phoenix.

Care is primarily paid for under the Part B Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act and managed by Chiricahua Community Health Center.

The town of Nogales, in Santa Cruz County, AZ borders Nogales, Sonora, Mexico; Rio Rico is situated just north of Nogales.