Coping with HIV in Pakistan

October 2011
Contemporary Sexuality;Oct2011, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p8
The article presents information on efforts to treat and prevent HIV and AIDS in Pakistan, noting how intravenous drug users and migrant workers returning from Arab states have increased concerns of HIV transmission.


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