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Long Term Supportive Housing is Associated with Decreased Risk For New HIV Diagnosis

Compared with unplaced applicants, persons who received greater than three years of continuous years of supportive housing had decreased risk for new HIV diagnosis. Risk of new HIV diagnosis decreased with longer duration placement in supportive housing. The study finds that supportive housing might aid in primary HIV prevention. 

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Research category: Health, Of Interest