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$1.3 Million Grant to Develop Interventions for Black Smokers With HIV


Jim Allen:
If we can help people stop smoking, I'm all for it. in full:

In short;

--- Quote ---The National Institute on Drug Abuse awarded University of Houston (UH) researchers a nearly $1.3 million grant by to develop intervention methods for Black American smokers with HIV.

Cigarette smoking negatively impacts HIV treatment and management, and people with HIV are more likely to smoke compared with the general population, according to a UH news release.

The RESTORE team, along with collaborators St. Hope Foundation and Thomas Street, will recruit 72 people with HIV and build upon existing research materials from the Mobile Anxiety Sensitivity Program for smoking (MASP) smoking cessation app
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