Andiswa Hani

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Antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV/AIDS in developing countries has been rapidly scaled up through directed public and private resources. Data on the efficacy of ART in developing countries are limited, as are operational research studies to determine the effect of selected nonmedical supportive care services on health outcomes in patients receiving ART.(More)
OBJECTIVES We examined the process of obtaining "active," written parental consent for a school-based HIV/AIDS prevention project in a South African high school by investigating (1) parental consent form return rates, (2) parents' recall and knowledge of the research, and (3) the extent to which this consent procedure represented parents' wishes about their(More)
BACKGROUND In South Africa injectable progestogen-only contraceptives (IPC) are typically administered to women immediately after delivery. Several guidelines advise that breast-feeding women should not commence IPC until 6 weeks postpartum on the basis of theoretical risks to the infant. OBJECTIVE We examined women's preferences regarding timing of(More)
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