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Research outputs: HIV/AIDS

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2021 Trends and correlates of HIV prevalence among adolescents in South Africa: evidence from the 2008, 2012 and 2017 South African National HIV Prevalence, Incidence and Behaviour surveys

Adolescents are at increased risk of HIV infection compared to other age groups. There is an urgent need for strategic information that will...

2021 Correlates of substance misuse, transactional sex, and depressive symptomatology among partnered gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in South Africa and Namibia

Despite having some of the world's highest rates of HIV, there is a lack of knowledge on correlates of transmission risk among gay, bisexual...

2021 Universal test and treat not enough to end HIV epidemic

Early models of HIV epidemics calculated that near-universal antiretroviral treatment coverage and medical circumcision could almost elimina...

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2021 How community ART delivery may improve HIV treatment outcomes: qualitative inquiry into mechanisms of effect in a randomized trial of community-based ART initiation, monitoring and re-supply (DO ART) in South Africa and Uganda

UNAIDS fast track targets for ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 call for viral suppression in 95% of people using antiretroviral therapy (ART...