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Effective Sexual Health Interventions: Issues In Experimental Evaluation
  1. J Green
  1. St Mary’s and Imperial College Hospital, London, UK;

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    Ed Judith M Stephenson, John Imrie, and Chris Bonell. Pp 232; £55. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. ISBN 0-19-850849-2.

    HIV spreads more every day and there are epidemics of other STIs in both the developed and developing world at least in part because the fear of HIV appears to be receding in the population. Our current strategies to contain these problems are meeting with limited success and treatment of people who are already infected, important though that is in controlling bacterial infections, is much less effective with continuing viral infections. There is an urgent need to develop and to test better …

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