Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Minnesota: Summary of 1988 Statewide HIV Risk Reduction and Disease Prevention Plan
HIV (Viruses); HIV infections--Prevention--Law and legislation
The AIDS epidemic continues to grow in Minnesota. As of December 10, 1988, 447 cases of AIDS had been reported to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), and 252 Minnesotans had died from AIDS. An effectively implemented risk reduction and disease prevention plan that has broad support and involvement of all segments of the statewide community is essential to reduce the tragic morbidity and mortality caused by this disease in Minnesota. The Commissioner's Task Force on AIDS approved a statewide human immunodeficiency virus (HN) risk reduction plan in the spring of 1986.
MacDonald, K. L.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Minnesota: Summary of 1988 Statewide HIV Risk Reduction and Disease Prevention Plan.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 54 No.2, 42-44.
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