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Case 5: Homelessness and HIV

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C In the United States, HIV infection is more prevalent among the homeless population than it is in the overall population.

This answer is correct. Studies from multiple cities in the United States, including San Francisco and Philadelphia, show that HIV prevalence is higher in the homeless population. Risk factors for HIV, such as injection drug use, are more prevalent in homeless individuals.


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