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Back To Basics In HIV Prevention: Focus On Exposure
E. Pisani, G. Garnett, N. Grassly, T. Brown, J. Stover, C. Hankins, N. Walker, P. Ghys
Published 2003 · Medicine
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Despite worldwide efforts to prevent HIV infection, the number of people affected continues to rise. The authors of this article argue that a commonsense approach based on simple country by country analyses could improve the situation
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