Published in Hepatitis Weekly, March 3rd, 1997
In 1993, the number of new AIDS cases reported in the state jumped to a record high of 731, more than twice the number five years earlier, according to the Colorado Department of Health and Environment.
Since then, new cases have dropped each year, falling to 387 in 1996 - the lowest number in a decade. "The bottom line is better care, better treatment, and the effects of prevention efforts starting in the late 1980s," said Dr. Robert Schooley, University of Colorado Health Sciences...
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