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The racial or ethnic population for which disparities exist, which the interventions are attempting to address.
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Reducing substance use and risky sexual behavior among young, low-income, Mexican-American women: comparison of two interventions

Lindenberg CS, Solorzano RM, Bear D, Strickland O, Galvis C, Pittman K. Applied Nursing Research 2002; Volume 15; Issue 3; Page 137-48
Disease [?] HIV/AIDS
Race / Ethnicity [?] Latino
Cultural Targeting [?] Yes
Strategies / Levels / Modes:
Strategy Strategy Providing Financial Incentives: Reduced out-of-pocket expenses
Level Level Patient
Mode Mode N/A