Comparison of female to male and male to female transmission of HIV in 563 stable couples

March 1992
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);3/28/92, Vol. 304 Issue 6830, p809
Academic Journal
Identifies the risk factors for heterosexual transmission of HIV and to compare the efficiency of male to female and female to male transmission. Percentage rate of HIV prevalence among female partners of infected men; Factors contributing to the risk of transmission through unprotected vaginal intercourse; Significance of the factors in counselling patients infected with HIV and their partners.


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