volume 69, issue 2, P19-28 1989
DOI: 10.1177/003288558906900205
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Abstract: Acquired Immune Deficiency Snydrome (AIDS) has emerged as a major public health problem in the current decade. End-stage AIDS and its precursors, asymptomatic HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) infection and ARC (AIDS-Related Complex), pose a particularly thorny management and health care challenge for the nation's prisons and jails. Correctional administrators must deal not only with the general public health concerns of education, confidentiality of testing, infection control, and medical treatment, but als…

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