Model for Alcohol and HIV/AIDS Prevention

September 2010
Alcohol Research & Health;2010, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p172
Academic Journal
Three illustrations of models for alcohol and HIV/AIDS prevention are presented, including a model for reducing HIV exposure risk, a model for reducing transmission risk following exposure to HIV, and a model for reducing risk of HIV progression, organ, and tissue injury.


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