Published in AIDS Weekly, August 4th, 1997
1. Clients are generally gaining access to new treatments and have a high level of access to primary medical care, however women generally have less access;
2. Clients want direct, personal interaction regarding treatment information, not directives on what to take or not to take; and
3. Stable housing was articulated as a key factor in maintaining overall health.
SFAF commissioned the independent firm of Binder and Associates to conduct these confidential two-hour sessions to...
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