Responding to an Ever Changing Epidemic: The Evolution of HIV Care in New Haven

April 2017
Connecticut Medicine;Apr2017, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p237
Academic Journal
The article offers information on topics related to HIV/AIDS epidemic in New Haven, Connecticut. Topics mentioned include the prevention of the disease through early screening, the clinical advances for the disease treatment, and the development in health care delivery. Also mentioned are the social aspects of the disease and the public health management.


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