People less afraid of AIDS, turning to risky sex

January 1998
Jet;01/26/98, Vol. 93 Issue 9, p9
Reports on claims that people in the United States are becoming less fearful of contracting the AIDS virus. The resulting increase in sexually risky behavior; The general feeling that the AIDS crisis is over when it really is not.


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