Prevalence of HIV infection and HIV risk behaviors associated with living place: on-the-street homeless drug users as a special target population for public health intervention.

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The study described here examined the prevalence of HIV infection as a function of place of residence and high-risk behaviors in six subpopulations of out-of-treatment drug injectors and crack cocaine users who participated in the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Cooperative Agreement project. The subpopulations were blacks, Hispanics, and non… (More)

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@article{Smereck1998PrevalenceOH, title={Prevalence of HIV infection and HIV risk behaviors associated with living place: on-the-street homeless drug users as a special target population for public health intervention.}, author={Geoffrey A D Smereck and Elaine M. Hockman}, journal={The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse}, year={1998}, volume={24 2}, pages={299-319} }