Redefining HIV/AIDS for Latinos: A Promising New Paradigm for Addressing HIV/AIDS in the Hispanic Community (Copyright © National Council of La Raza)
Publication Year: 2006
This book was put together from findings from the NCLR Latino families HIV/AIDS Needs Assessment research presented during the Latinas and HIV/AIDS 2005 Summit. This publication was made to outline a proposed new strategy designed to reduce the incidence and improve treatment of HIV/AIDS in the Latino community.
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