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HIV Infection Rate Still High Among African-American Women

  • Aired: 03/19/2012
  • 04:21
  • Rating: NR
Dr. Sally Hodder said nearly two-thirds of new HIV cases in women are among African-Americans. Groups are focusing on testing and education efforts to curb new cases. The disease is not curable, but it is treatable and effective treatment can decrease transmission rates.
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