Biggest Obstacles To HIV Treatment Aren’t Medical, Doctor Says

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The Los Angeles Bureau

“About 50 percent of the patients we get are Latino males,” said Belzer. “Then another 35 to 40 percent are African-American [males]. In Los Angeles, they combine to make about 20 or 25 percent of the total population, so the disparity is very clear . . .

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