Maryland: New Plan Aimed at Reducing HIV/AIDS Infections in Baltimore by 25 Percent
November 29, 2011
The plan, scheduled to be given to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Tuesday, calls for attacking HIV/AIDS -- which affects more than 13,000 city residents -- at its earliest stages by limiting the transmission of the disease and pushing for more widespread testing (Cohn, The Baltimore Sun, 11/29).
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