AIDS, Prisoner Re-entry: Intertwined Problems

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The link between high rates of imprisonment among African Americans and high rates of H.I.V. and AIDS is explored by the New York Times. While many studies have documented the prevalence of the disease in prisons, researchers are now examining how patterns of incarceration affect its transmission beyond prison walls. The health consequences cut across
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