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Reducing lower-extremity amputations due to diabetes. Application of the staged diabetes management approach in a primary care setting
Rith-Najarian S, Branchaud C, Beaulieu O, Gohdes D, Simonson G, Mazze R.
Journal of Family Practice 1998 Diabetes American Indian
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 HIV/AIDS Latino
Reduction of high-risk sexual behavior among heterosexuals undergoing HIV antibody testing: a randomized clinical trial
Wenger NS, Linn LS, Epstein M, Shapiro MF.
Am J Public Health 1991 HIV/AIDS African American
Reduction of lower extremity clinical abnormalities in patients with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. A randomized, controlled trial
Litzelman DK, Slemenda CW, Langefeld CD, Hays LM, Welch MA, Bild DE, Ford ES, Vinicor F.
Annals of Internal Medicine 1993 Diabetes African American
Reductions in HIV risk among runaway youth
Rotheram-Borus MJ, Song J, Gwadz M, Lee M, Van Rossem R, Koopman C.
Preventive Medicine 2003 HIV/AIDS African American, Latino, Not Specified, White
Reductions in HIV risk-associated sexual behaviors among black male adolescents: effects of an AIDS prevention intervention
Jemmott JB 3rd, Jemmott LS, Fong GT.
American Journal of Public Health 1992 HIV/AIDS African American
Referral adherence in an inner city breast and cervical cancer screening program
Lacey L, Whitfield J, DeWhite W, Ansell D, Whitman S, Chen E, Phillips C.
Cancer 1993 Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer African American
Regular vs ad-lib albuterol for patients hospitalized with acute asthma
Chandra A, Shim C, Cohen HW, Chung V, Maggiore D, Mani K, Dhuper S.
CHEST 2005 Asthma, Other African American, Latino, White
Relative efficacy of prevention counseling with rapid and standard HIV testing: a randomized, controlled trial (RESPECT-2)
Metcalf CA, Douglas JM Jr, Malotte CK, Cross H, Dillon BA, Paul SM, Padilla SM, Brookes LC, Lindsey CA, Byers RH, Peterman TA; RESPECT-2 Study Group.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2005 HIV/AIDS African American, Latino, Not Specified, White
Requiring physicians to respond to computerized reminders improves their compliance with preventive care protocols
Litzelman DK, Dittus RS, Miller ME, Tierney WM.
Journal of General Internal Medicine 1993 Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Colorectal Cancer African American, Not Specified

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