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Characteristic and Risk Factor Differences between Foreign-Born and U.S. Born Persons Diagnosed with HIV

The JAMA Report

For people born in foreign countries but living in the United States, language and cultural barriers can make it difficult for many to learn about preventing, testing or seeking medical care for HIV. A new study examines the demographic characteristics and other risk factors for foreign born people living in the US who are diagnosed with HIV infection. Catherine Dolf has more in this week’s JAMA Report.