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South Carolina State Mortality Rates South Carolina State Mortality Rates 1999-2006

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ADAP Tragedy in South Carolina: Three Die While on “Waiting List” for AIDS Treatment South Carolina’s Health Department confirmed that three people with HIV/AIDS died while on a waiting list for the State AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). Currently almost 300 ADAP-qualified patients are on the South Carolina waiting list for HIV therapy. Pdf 60 kb
An Intervention to Reduce HIV-Related Stigma Among African American Communities in South Carolina Power Point Presentation 735 kb

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