Health Issues in the Black CommunityBook - 1992 | 1st ed
This is an important book--a vital source for policy makers and for all citizens concerned with issues of importance to the nation and to the black community.
--John E. Jacob, president and CEO, National Urban League, Inc.
A detailed look at how health risks such as AIDS, chemical depAndency, cancer, violence, sickle-cell anemia, infant mortality, and lead poisoning are affecting the black community. It offers health professionals helpful strategies for providing improved health care and disease prevention efforts to this population.