Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, October 6th, 1997
"Prevention efforts remain critical," the researchers said, particularly since those women who are most at risk can be difficult to educate because of poverty, substance abuse, alcoholism, and other problems.
From 1991 through 1995, the number of women diagnosed with AIDS increased by 63 percent versus 12.8 percent for men. By the end of 1995, 67,400 women nationwide had been diagnosed as having AIDS since the epidemic began, with 11,500 of them being...
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