African Americans and HIV/AIDS (Copyright © Kaiser Family Foundation)
Publication Year: 2006
African-Americans have been greatly affected by HIV/AIDS since the start of the epidemic. This report provides statistical information on the characteristics of infected individuals and discusses some of the reasons why there is such a high concentration of HIV/AIDS in African-Americans.
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