Understanding the Promise: Considering the Experiences of Women Living with HIV to Maximize Effectiveness of HIV Prevention Technologies

Publish Year : 2014
Publisher : Women's Health Issues
Author Name : Forbes A., Khanna N., Rastogi S., Cardell B., Griffith K., Waheedah S.E.
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Description :

In this article, women living with HIV in the Unites States summarize the substantial deficits that exist with regard to woman-focused HIV prevention efforts nationally and the policy and practice changes needed to reduce the domestic impact of the HIV epidemic on women and girls. They also outline opportunities for movement in this direction as implementation of the US National HIV/AIDS Strategy proceeds.


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