Why is the number of HIV/AIDS-related publications low in the MENA region?

Nasirian, Maryam; Karamouzian, Mohammad; Haghdoost, Ali-Akbar
November 2013
Sexually Transmitted Infections;Nov2013 Supplement 3, piii10
Academic Journal
The article comments on the article "Characterising the progress in HIV/AIDS research in the Middle East and North Africa " by Hanan F. Saba, Silva P. Kouyoumjian, and Ghina R. Mumtaz on publications in the Middle East that are related to HIV infections and AIDS.


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