How Black Moms and Daughters Can Fight to Reduce HIV Rates

15 May 2017

The statistics are well-known. African Americans bear the heaviest burden of HIV infection of all racial or ethnic groups in the United States, says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And the burden of this disease is carried squarely on the shoulders of African-American women. Their rates of new HIV infections are more than three times higher than those of white women and four times those of Hispanic women. Recent CDC data show that almost 75,000 African Americans are unaware that they are living with HIV.

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