Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, October 25th, 2005
"Through forming a collaborative relationship to develop, pilot, and evaluate an innovative biopsycho-behavioral (BPB) HIV prevention intervention, capacity was built in developing an effective intervention and conducting community based research at both the California Prostitutes Prevention and Education Project (CAL-PEP) and the University of California's Family Health Outcomes Project.
"The research objective was to investigate whether the BPB intervention that included sexually transmitted diseases (STD) testing and behavioral counseling, is superior to standard HIV...
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