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New Zealand's plan to eliminate HIV transmission ignores deepening inequities in health outcomes for Māori women

By Clive Aspin, Associate Dean Māori, Faculty of Health; Senior Lecturer in Health, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
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The omission of growing evidence that Māori, and Māori women in particular, have worse health outcomes after HIV infection could derail New Zealand’s elimination plans and exacerbate disparities.The Conversation

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