HIV behavioral interventions can cut high-risk sexual behaviors in half and more than double the regular use of condoms, according to researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. The School was one of seven sites across the country participating in the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Multi-site HIV Prevention Trial, a new study of behaviors in mostly low-income women and men served in public health care clinics. The study was published in the June 19, 1998, issue of Science.
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