A study of sex differences in presentation for care of HIV.

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The current study examines sex differences in 183 male and 141 female patients presenting for care of HIV disease at an inner city hospital infectious disease clinic. Females (43%) were found to be less likely to have a history of illicit drug use (relative risk = .77, p < .01) and more likely to have become infected heterosexually (relative risk = 2.38, p… (More)

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@article{Biber1999ASO, title={A study of sex differences in presentation for care of HIV.}, author={Cheryl L. Biber and Michael Jaker and Patricia C Kloser and Steven B. Auerbach and George G. Rhoads}, journal={AIDS patient care and STDs}, year={1999}, volume={13 2}, pages={103-10} }