Published in Lab Business Week, March 6th, 2005
Results from a North Carolina study, published in the February 4, 2005, issue of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, reveal several significant differences between a sample of black women recently diagnosed with HIV infection and a sample of uninfected women recruited from HIV testing sites. HIV-infected women in the study were more likely than uninfected women to have a lifetime history of genital herpes infection and be receiving public assistance, and less likely to have...
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