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    • Feasibility and Acceptability of Door-to-Door Rapid HIV Testing Among Latino Immigrants and Their HIV Risk Factors in North Carolina 

      Wilson, Kate (2010)
      Latino immigrants in the United States are disproportionally impacted by the HIV epidemic but face barriers to clinic-based testing. We assessed a community-based strategy for rapid HIV testing by conducting "door-to-dooor'' ...
    • State of HIV in the US Deep South 

      McAllaster, Carolyn; Reif, Susan; Safley, Donna; Whetten, Kathryn; Wilson, Elena (Journal of Community Health, 2017-02-28)
      The Southern United States has been disproportionately affected by HIV diagnoses and mortality. To inform efforts to effectively address HIV in the South, this manuscript synthesizes recent data on HIV epidemiology, caree ...
    • State of HIV in the US Deep South. 

      Reif, Susan; Safley, Donna; McAllaster, Carolyn; Wilson, Elena; Whetten, Kathryn (J Community Health, 2017-02-28)
      The Southern United States has been disproportionately affected by HIV diagnoses and mortality. To inform efforts to effectively address HIV in the South, this manuscript synthesizes recent data on HIV epidemiology, caree ...
    • The Impact of Marijuana Use on Memory in Patients with HIV/AIDS 

      Skalski, Linda Marie (2016)
      The most robust neurocognitive effect of marijuana use is memory impairment. Memory deficits are also high among persons living with HIV/AIDS, and marijuana use among this population is disproportionately common. Yet ressearch ...