Testing the connection between neighborhood cohesion and viral suppression among HIV-positive New Yorkers

[From medicalxpress, December 19]

“HIV viral suppression is a positive medical outcome which indicates viral control and inability to transmit infection. It is usually achieved through antiretroviral therapy. There is a lack of research into the psychosocial factors affecting HIV viral suppression, such as perceived neighborhood social cohesion, or how connected the subject feels to their neighbors.”

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