HIV/AIDS in Georgia

Two reports – “Survey of Georgia Residents on HIV/AIDS” and “Georgia’s Minority Health and Health Disparities Report – Facing a Crisis” – show the disproportionate impact HIV is having on minorities in Georgia, and important differences in how minorities view HIV/AIDS compared to whites.

The reports were released at a November 30, 2004 briefing held by the National Center for Primary Care (NCPC) at the Morehouse School of Medicine in partnership with the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Survey of Georgia Residents on HIV/AIDS: Summary and Chartpack

Georgia’s Minority Health and Health Disparities Report – Facing a Crisis (NCPC)

HIV/AIDS Policy in Georgia (NCPC)


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