An Ethnically Sensitive and Gender-Specific HIV/AIDS Assessment of African American Women- A Comparative Study of Urban and Rural American Communities

P Bassey Williams, Olugbemiga Ekundayo, Ifeyinwa E Udezulu & Ademola M Omisbakin
A prevention program that promotes attitudinal and behavioral change has been repeatedly recommended as an effective measure for community prevention and control of HIV/AIDS. Within the past decade, disease control programs among African Americans have shown no significant changes, as HIV/AIDS and related infections continue as the leading causes of death and disability in this population. It is particularly acute among African American females who, although representing only 13.9% of the United States female population,...
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