Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, November 30th, 2003
According to researcher in the United States, "As of June 2001, it was estimated that 22,000 people were living with AIDS in Chicago, and 15% of these were Hispanic, of which 39% were Puerto Rican. Although in recent years Chicago has seen a drop in HIV/AIDS-related deaths, HIV/AIDS is still devastating many Puerto Rican families. Many of those infected face the challenges of living with a chronic terminal disease, feeling alone and rejected by family and community."
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