Gains in HIV Prevention Unequal Among Black Women

Gains in HIV Prevention Unequal Among Black Women

Fewer black women are being diagnosed with HIV, but new research finds the gains are not equally distributed among all black women.

Hanna Demeke, RN, PhD, the lead author of the study, said while the overall news for black women is good when it comes to HIV, foreign-born black women aren’t benefiting from HIV prevention programs at the same rates as other women.

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