The AIDS Epidemic and the Black Community: Toward an Ethical Framework for Service Delivery
Thomas, Stephen B.
Quinn, Sandra Crouse
Maine Scholar. 1992 Autumn; 5: 45-65.
Adolescents; Aids; Aids Serodiagnosis; Attitudes; Community Services; Drug Abuse; Discrimination; Education; Epidemiology; Females; Health; Health Education; Historical Aspects; HIV Seropositivity; Homosexuals; Human Experimentation; Justice; Males; Mandatory Reporting; Mandatory Testing; Prevalence; Public Policy; Reproduction; Reporting; Social Discrimination; Syphilis; Trust;
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