Commentary: HIV/AIDS in the 1990s and beyond

Schwartlander, B.; Sittitrai, W.
September 1998
Bulletin of the World Health Organization;1998, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p437
Academic Journal
Presents the findings about HIV/AIDS in the 1990s. Global HIV/AIDS estimates at the end of 1997; Global HIV/AIDS patterns; Improved understanding of the epidemic; Worldwide tracking and modelling of the epidemic.


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