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HIV Determinates and Control of the Epidemic1.Those who participate in anal intercourse are at a greatest risk for contracting HIV/AIDS. Thedeterminant for this cause of disease is behavior.Another factor that contributes to the spreadof disease is race. The African American community is at the highest risk of contracting HIV/AIDSthan any other race. The determinant of this cause is socioeconomic-cultural. This factor couldhave affected the failure to control the HIV/AIDS epidemic due to the lack of education andresources available in minority communities.2.HIV/AIDs is not included in routine testing for STDs and STIs even though the test can now bedone by a simple swab from inside your cheek. Healthcare could have better controlled theepidemic by conducting more testing.3.Traditional public health has not done a very good job at reducing the stigma of getting testedfor STDs and STIs. Most of the sex education taught is high school is centered on abstinence and
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