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Black men who have sex with men in Southern states have a low rate of using HIV prevention treatments. yacobchuk/iStock/Getty Images Plus via Getty Images

Use of HIV prevention treatments is very low among Southern Black gay men

This finding suggests public health efforts will have to address the treatment barriers these men face – like poverty or homophobia – to meet the nation’s goal of ending the HIV epidemic by 2030.
A key focus has been on strengthening primary health care to reduce demand on hospitals, but there is little evidence of progress. from

New Zealand’s health service performs well, but inequities remain high

New Zealand’s health service provides universal and free access to health care, but inequities remain stubbornly high.

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