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HIV and Addictions: Dispelling the Myths
Steven Horovitz, MA
Course Description:

The history of AIDS, as we know it, extends over the past twenty years. Once thought to be limited to homosexual men and IV drug users, it now affects every country, culture, religion, race and age group. People of color and women of childbearing age are now hardest hit, and downward trends in the gay population have reversed themselves and are again on the upswing. We’ll take a look at what works, what doesn’t, myths, and the real facts surrounding the causes, treatments and prevention strategies and how they have evolved over the last two decades. The course will feature topical discussions, web links, facts and statistics, and a wide variety of professional opinions on the future direction of HIV/AIDS treatments.

This five week course requires 10 hours of work over its duration.

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