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Research outputs: PUBLIC HEALTH
2011 When and how to use assays for recent infection to estimate HIV incidence at a population level
This guideline document first briefly reviews the public health importance of estimating the HIV incidence in populations, and the various m...
South Africa's Constitutional protections against discrimination for sexual orientation afford countless opportunities to bring men who have...Download this report
This new book provides an overview of health behaviour intervention priorities in LMICs. It covers the most important health risks or proble...