HIV cases increase in Tijuana
Monday, March 27, 2006
Research complied and analyzed by UCSD experts show one in 125 people ages 15 to 49 are infected with HIV. They say the border region is on the cusp on an alarming AIDS outbreak if something isn't done.
- Kimberly Brouwer , assistant professor at UC San Diego in the Division of International Health and Cross-Cultural Medicine. She co-wrote a report analyzing the HIV-AIDS problem in Tijuana.
- Maria Zuniga , epidemiologist and assistant professor at UC San Diego in the Division of Community Pediatrics. She analyzes the underlying reasons for HIV cases within Latino communities.
- Terry Cunningham , head of the county Office of AIDS Coordination.
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