Inequities in HIV Testing, Diagnosis and Care for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

February 15, 2024


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People with disabilities are often at higher risk for exposure to HIV due to barriers in engaging healthcare and other systemic factors and are thus considered a priority for prevention and testing efforts. But what about care for those with intellectual disabilities? Researchers at University of Michigan Health conducted one of the largest epidemiological studies of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to closely examine where the gaps in HIV care lie.

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