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Caregiving to Adult Men With HIV Studied

September/October 2002

HIV-positive men age 18 or older who receive regular help from a woman who is their mother, wife, or female partner age 35 or older are sought for a study on caregiving at UCLA.

If both of you qualify you could get up to $60 for each person for two completed study interviews.

Regular help can be assistance provided with various daily living activities and health needs.

To find out if you both qualify for the study, call (310) 794-9756.

Back to the September/October 2002 issue of Positive Living.

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