Facility representatives said an investigation determined that “a handful of people who have been removed” were mostly responsible for the lapses that occurred.
So far there are no reported cases of any of patients of HealthPlus contracting a blood borne illness, and the risk of infection is considered low.
Despite awareness and advances in medicine, doctors say our success combating the HIV/AIDS has also become our weakness.
Despite a decrease in rates overall, one in 64 African-Americans in the state is living with HIV/AIDS compared to 1 in 661 non-Hispanic whites.
While African-Americans make up 15 percent of the state’s total population, they represent 50 percent of those currently living with HIV/AIDS in the state.
Dec. 1, 1988 was the first World AIDS Day, serving as an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV. Since then we've made great strides, but work remains.
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