Personal Chaos In HIV Patients' Lives May Be A Barrier To Regular Medical Care

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Unstable and unpredictable lifestyles are significant factors in determining access to health care among low-income HIV-positive people, a new UCLA study has found.

The study, to be published in the September issue of the Journal of General Internal Medicine, found that when HIV patients lead chaotic lives

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