Racial differences in affirmation of personal habit change to prevent HIV infection.
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Jul 01, 1991
These data were interpreted to be suggestive evidence that blacks have been effectively sensitized to the disproportionate threat of AIDS to the black community and may represent an increased receptivity of blacks to the adoption of HIV preventive practices.
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