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    HIV Risk Behaviors Differ Among Male and Female Jail Inmates

    Adams, L.M., S. Kendall, A. Smith, E. Quigley, J.B. Stuewig, and J.P. Tangney. HIV risk behaviors of male and female jail inmates prior to incarceration and one year post-release. AIDS and Behavior [Epub ahead of print July 22, 2011]. By Lori Whitten, Staff Writer, RTI International, Rockville, MD Inmates are at higher risk for HIV infection than the general p opulation , and research indicates that most have contracted HIV while living in a community setting. To identify the specific risky behaviors...
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