Published in AIDS Weekly, August 16th, 1999
The team from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), said they found that "medical professionals were significantly less likely to offer white or Asian women an HIV test or to ask them about their sexual history."
The report added that most women in the study only learned of their HIV status after taking an HIV test due to pregnancy, a job or insurance change, or after their partner became ill.
Gail Wyatt, UCLA AIDS...
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