Joao Guardado

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The genetic structure of human populations is partly determined by the existing pattern of matings which conditions the precedence of genes conforming each generation. The selection of a partner depends on socio-cultural and geographical factors. In addition, political barriers may limit migration. It is of interest to study how the changes of national(More)
A previous study on patterns of migration of HIV-infected persons suggested that most patients in a rural setting in eastern Tennessee acquired their disease in an urban area, typically during a period of prolonged residence. Disease and disability were the most common reasons for returning to their hometown. We studied our urban, border-city HIV clinic(More)
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