Death Rate Drops For Mass. Inmates in AIDS Cases

Print More death_rates_in_prison_decline_mostly_due_to_better_aids_treatment The death rate of Massachusetts prisoners has dropped by half, with an even more drastic reduction in deaths related to AIDS, the Associated Press reports. The change was largely was due to fewer inmates with AIDS, and better treatment for HIV. The number of prison deaths in Massachusetts declined from 36 in 1995
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