Assessment of AIDS Knowledge, Attitudes, Behaviors, and Risk Level of Northwestern American Indians

Findings from the 1988-89 study indicated an estimated 10.6% of male and 6.4% of female Pacific Northwestern American Indians were at high risk for AIDS in contrast to 3% of the general U.S. population.
Roberta L. Hall
Doni Wilder
Pamela Bodenroeder
Michael Hess
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American Journal of Public Health, vol. 80, no. 7, July 1990, pp. 875-877
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