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We are currently looking for 100 culturally and ethnically diversity women from Alabama and Mississippi who have HIV or at risk for HIV. This study is an observational study that does not provide medication or any other intervention treatment to our participants. If you choose to enroll in this study, you will be asked to provide data through:
  1. Comprehensive Interviews
  2. Physical and gynecological medical examinations
  3. And collection of specimens that include blood, urine, hair, and cervical fluids.
Whether you are HIV positive or negative, the data you will provide will help increase scientific knowledge of HIV and its effect on the women's body. As an HIV negative participant, you data will be used to compare with the scientific finds gained from our HIV positive participants. Also you involvement in this study will provide you will knowledge of how HIV affects your own body through acquiring knowledge of you internal, gynecological and physical health.
That's why every WIHS participant is so important!
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About WIHS
The Women's Interagency HIV Study, WIHS, began in 1993 to investigate the impact of HIV infection on women in the United States. It is the largest and longest ongoing U.S. study of HIV-infected women. The study receives support from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the National Cancer Institute, the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the National Center for Research Resources, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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