Published in Sex Weekly Plus, March 24th, 1997
Minorities accounted for 75 percent of newly-reported cases of HIV infection in the city of Milwaukee in 1995. New cases among women have doubled in the past five years, according to the report by community and government health agencies. In the past, gay white men have borne the brunt of the epidemic.
The trends show the need to move beyond safe-sex campaigns aimed at gay men and needle exchange programs for drug users and to offer additional prevention programs to reach women of child-bearing age and youths, said Paul Nannis,...
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