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Research outputs: HIV/AIDS

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2021 Determinants of gender disparities in scaling up the first 90 towards the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets in South Africa: findings from the 2017 household-based national cross-sectional survey

The first 90 of UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets to have 90% of the people living with HIV know their status is an important entry point to the HIV t...

2021 The substantial burden of non-communicable diseases and HIV-comorbidity amongst adults: screening results from an integrated HIV testing services clinic for adults in Soweto, South Africa

Background: South Africa is disproportionately impacted by non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and HIV/AIDS. We investigated the prevalence of ...

2021 HIV prevalence and associated factors among men in South Africa 30 years into the epidemic: the fifth nationwide cross-sectional survey

We investigated HIV prevalence and associated factors among men- 15 years in South Africa using data from a 2017 nationwide cross-sectional ...

2021 Adolescents living with HIV in South Africa

As we approach the fourth decade of the HIV pandemic, there are still glaring gaps in the evidence base regarding the mode of transmission, ...

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