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Patients with public or no insurance who were more likely to be from racial or ethnic minority groups, were also more likely to have comorbid medical and psychiatric conditions, have a greater severity of depression, and to suffer greater functional impairment Lesser Issues in the psychological care of latino gay men with HIV infection al.
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Randomized trial of an 8-session intervention led by promotoras plus faith-based follow-up reminders versus usual-care control on glycemic control, diabetes knowledge, and diabetes health beliefs Data collected at baseline, 3 months, and 6 months.
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