Blacks With HIV Less Likely to Receive Consistent Medical Care

Blacks With HIV Less Likely to Receive Consistent Medical Care

A new CDC report reveals some disturbing findings for those living with HIV.

Blacks With HIV Less Likely to Receive Consistent Medical Care

African Americans living with HIV are less likely than white or Hispanic Americans to receive ongoing treatment and medical care, according to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Thursday.

The report reveals that despite signs of progress, HIV continues to disproportionately affect Black Americans.



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