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Prevalence of sexually transmitted co-infections in people living with HIV/AIDS: systematic review with implications for using HIV treatments for prevention
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    Some errors in data extraction
    Dear Editor: I would like to spot two obvious errors at the data extraction in the article by Kalichman et al on the systematic review of the prevalence of sexually transmitted coinfections in people living with HIV/AIDS. First, in Table 1 the study site of the Reference 31 by our study group, was located in Taiwan, instead of China. Second, it is clearly listed in the text of the Reference 31 that 79.7% of the participants had r...
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