Psychosocial Perspectives on AIDS: Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment

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physical distress caused by this disease. People with AIDS and ARC should be encouraged to be involved in health-care decision making and feel empowered to affect their lives on many levels. However, responsibility for and involvement in health-promoting behavior and health-care decisions should not be confused with responsibility for cause of disease.


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