Prevention interventions for HIV positive individuals

DiClemente, R.J.; Wingood, G.M.; del Rio, C.; Crosby, R.A.
December 2002
Sexually Transmitted Infections;Dec2002, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p393
Academic Journal
Editorial. Comments on the focus of HIV prevention initiatives on encouragement of harm reduction behavior in Great Britain. Test of a number of behavioral interventions; Decrease of HIV-associated mortality; Reasons for the design and implementation of sexual risk reduction prevention programs.


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