Selectively willing and conditionally able: HIV vaccine trial participation among women at "high risk" of HIV infection.

@article{Voytek2011SelectivelyWA,
  title={Selectively willing and conditionally able: HIV vaccine trial participation among women at "high risk" of HIV infection.},
  author={Chelsea D Voytek and Kevin T. Jones and David S. Metzger},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2011},
  volume={29 36},
  pages={6130-5}
}
Efficacy studies of investigational HIV vaccines require enrollment of individuals at 'high risk' for HIV. This paper examines participation in HIV vaccine trials among women at 'high risk' for HIV acquisition. In-depth interviews were conducted with 17 African-American women who use crack cocaine and/or exchange sex for money/drugs to elicit attitudes toward medical research and motivators and deterrents to HIV vaccine trial participation. Interviews were digitally recorded and transcribed… CONTINUE READING
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