Study Examines Association Between Income Inequality, HIV Risk In Sub-Saharan Africa

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: Neighborhood wealth inequality in sub-Saharan Africa predictive of greater HIV risk
In a guest post, Paul Brodish, an applications analyst with the MEASURE Evaluation project, discusses a recently released study published in the Journal of Biosocial Science that “investigates whether community-level wealth inequality in [sub-Saharan Africa] predicts HIV serostatus…” (Barton, 5/4).

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