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Strategies to Improve Linkage to HIV Care and Treatment


Background: Compared to the Northeast, West, or Midwest areas of the United States (U.S.), the South is disproportionately impacted by HIV. One reason for this disparity is the higher rate of HIV among African Americans and concomitant higher concentration of African Americans living in the South. Among African Americans, men who have sex with men (MSM), face an excessive HIV burden. Mitigating the epidemic requires that more HIV-infected persons get linked to HIV care at diagnosis more...
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