AIDS Prevention and Services: Community Based Research

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About the Editor and Contributors
KEITH V. BLETZER is a member of Michigan Economics for Human Development, Lansing, Michigan, and is currently conducting research at The Comprehensive Drug Research Center, University of Miami School of Medicine.
BENJAMIN P. BOWSER is Associate Professor of Sociology and Social Services at California State University at Hayward. His specialties are research methods, computer applications, community studies, race relations, and AIDS prevention research. His recent publications include: (ed.) Black Male Adolescents ( 1991); "African-American Culture and AIDS Prevention" The Western Journal of Medicine, 157 ( Sept. 1992):286-289; and "Community Based AIDS Prevention Programs for Adolescents" in Ralph DiClemente, ed., Adolescents and AIDS ( 1992).
IVONNE CENTENO is a community health educator, currently with the YWCA.
JUDITH B. COHEN helped to found the Association for Women's AIDS Research and Education (AWARE) in San Francisco in 1984, and has directed the program from its beginnings to the present. She is a Research Epidemiologist in the AIDS Division of the University of California San Francisco, and an advocate for community based research and health programs for women.
LANI DAVISON is a medical anthropologist specializing in women's reproductive health, community based programs, and HIV/STD. She helped develop the Comunidad y Responsibilidad Project and write the Robert Wood Johnson proposal that funded the project.

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