Published in Physician Law Weekly, March 23rd, 2005
"This study examined to what extent a culturally and women-specific sexual risk reduction intervention resulted in a decline of new victimization. Additionally, we sought to identify factors associated with new victimization, defined as victimization during the 6 months after enrollment in the study," researchers in the United States report.
"Female African American drug users (N=333, ages 18-59 years) completed questionnaires. Past victimization was a major predictor of new victimization. The likelihood of new victimization, however, declined...
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