Barbara Bolden

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Two hundred and eighteen female rats were utilized in this study to evaluate the indirect effect of maternal x-irradiation on embryonic development and survival. There were two control groups and ten experimental groups receiving 0, 60, 150, 275, or 400 R on the afternoon of the first day. The use of special shielding devices permitted irradiation of either(More)
Monitoring delayed entry to HIV medical care is needed because it signifies that opportunities to prevent HIV transmission and mitigate disease progression have been missed. A central question for population-level monitoring is whether to consider a person linked to care after receipt of one CD4 or VL test. Using HIV surveillance data, we explored two(More)
Early entry to HIV care and receipt of antiretroviral therapy improve the health of the individual and decrease the risk of transmission in the community. To increase the limited information on prospective decisions to enter care and how these decisions relate to beliefs about HIV medications, we analyzed interview data from the Never in Care Project, a(More)
MSM bear a disproportionate burden of the HIV epidemic. Enacted stigma (overt negative actions) against sexual minorities may play an important role in increasing HIV risk among this population. Using data from the 2011 National HIV Behavioral Surveillance system, MSM cycle, we examined the independent associations between three measures of enacted stigma(More)
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