Supe panel discusses AIDS housing plan

Larson, Kris
May 2007
Bay Area Reporter;5/10/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 19, p2
The article reports that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors of the Budget and Finance Committee has heard recommendations on May 2, 2007 for a housing plan to provide homes for people with HIV/AIDS, and to help others retain their housing. The speakers argued that stable housing is essential in the treatment of HIV/AIDS because this requires a complex dosing schedule.


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