Americans aged 27-39 and minorities at highest risk for HIV infection.

  • Rod J Baker
  • Published 1995 in
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A National Cancer Institute (NCI) study indicates the risk of HIV infection among older Americans and white males has leveled off, while people between the ages of 27 and 39, and minorities, are most likely to become HIV-infected. In January 1993, women in this age group were about four times less likely to become HIV infected than men. White women were far… (More)


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