Study: HIV Has More to Do with Poverty, Less with Race

When it comes HIV in the inner city, poverty, not race, is the most important factor, according to a new government study presented at the International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria, reports the Associated Press. The study, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and presented at the International AIDS Conference in Vienna, found that poor heterosexuals are twice as likely to get HIV than their more affluent counterparts... Here's what you had to say: Dyan commented via Facebook: "Poverty tells no man or woman to be careless with their decisions as it relates to sex." Darlene wrote via Facebook: "I'm not sure I would agree or disagree with the assertion, there are just too many variables and it's way too complex of an issue for simple conclusions."
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