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Journal Addresses HIV and Disability

November 13, 2009

The Journal of the International AIDS Society features a special thematic series on HIV and disability. Authors of a journal editorial write, "there is evidence that people with disabilities are at greater risk of contracting HIV. Although more attention is being paid to these overlapping fields, the field of HIV and disability remains largely overlooked. The Journal of the International AIDS Society is publishing, for the first time, a thematic section consisting of a number of papers on HIV and disability to provide readers with an update of developments in the field" (Heidari/Kippax, 11/9).

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