Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, July 22nd, 1996
They estimated that 0.3 percent, or one in every 300, Americans are HIV positive. The results of their study appeared in the July 10, 1996, issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA 1996;276:126-131).
"The number of Americans living with HIV increased significantly during the mid-to late-1980s and now may have stabilized, but at an unacceptably high level," Karon said at a press conference prior to the 11th International Conference on AIDS, held in Vancouver, British...
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