Alabama to provide in-home care to AIDS/HIV patients

April 2003
Gay & Lesbian Times;4/24/2003, Issue 800, p30
Reports that the state of Alabama will provide in-home care to people with HIV or AIDS under a plan approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Use of waivers.


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