Published in AIDS Weekly, November 8th, 2004
"Numerous studies have established that incarcerated populations are at substantial risk for HIV infection. In response, many jails and prisons have increased HIV prevention and related services.
"However, although twice as many offenders are under community supervision as are incarcerated at any given time, HIV prevention needs have been largely ignored among probationers and parolees, and little is known about their HIV risk behaviors or HIV prevention needs," investigators in the United States report.
"Compared with inmates, probationers and parolees have...
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