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June 2010


And We Quote

The extent of risk of acquiring HIV in the United States today is largely defined by a person’s sexual network rather than his or her individual behaviors…. For black and Hispanic women, [the] increased risk of HIV acquisition is attributable [more] to their vulnerable social and economic situations and their sexual networks than to their own risky behaviors.”

Wafaa El-Sadr, D, Kenneth H. Mayer, MD, and Sally Hodder, MD, “AIDS in America—Forgotten but Not Gone,” The New England Journal of Medicine, February 2010

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