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The pregnancy decisions of HIV-positive women: the state of knowledge and way forward
Abstract Despite the growing number of women living with and affected by HIV, there is still insufficient attention to their pregnancy-related needs, rights, decisions and desires in research, policyExpand
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Current research gaps: a global systematic review of HIV and sexually transmissible infections among transgender populations.
Transgender populations are heavily burdened by HIV and other sexually transmissible infections (STIs). However, data on co-infection with HIV and STIs among transgender people are limited. AExpand
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Resources and Capabilities of the Department of Veterans Affairs to Provide Timely and Accessible Care to Veterans.
The Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014 addressed the need for access to timely, high-quality health care for veterans. Section 201 of the legislation called for an independentExpand
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Prevalence and Predictors of Concurrent Sexual Partnerships in a Predominantly African American Population in Jackson, Mississippi
Concurrent sexual partnerships, or sexual partnerships that overlap in time, have been associated with HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STI). How best to measure concurrency and the personalExpand
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The Time Is Now: Attention Increases to Transgender Health in the United States but Scientific Knowledge Gaps Remain.
Attention to transgender health has dramatically increased in the U.S. Scientific knowledge gaps in empirical research, however, remain and act as barriers to achieving transgender-related healthExpand
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HIV and pregnancy intentions: do services adequately respond to women's needs?
Too little is known about how an HIV diagnosis and access to care and treatment affect women's childbearing intentions. As access to antiretroviral therapy improves, greater numbers of HIV-positiveExpand
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Compliance with DOTS diagnosis and treatment recommendations by private practitioners in Kerala, India.
The Indian government has a national tuberculosis (TB) plan based on DOTS recommendations. The private health sector plays an increasing role in health care provision in India, and a public-privateExpand
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Responding to Her Question: A Review of the Influence of Pregnancy on HIV Disease Progression in the Context of Expanded Access to HAART in Sub-Saharan Africa
In 2007, sub-Saharan Africa was home to over half of all women living with HIV. The vast majority of these women are of reproductive age, which raises concerns about the high incidence of pregnancy.Expand
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Human rights in health systems frameworks: What is there, what is missing and why does it matter?
Abstract Global initiatives and recent G8 commitments to health systems strengthening have brought increased attention to factors affecting health system performance. While equity concerns and humanExpand
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Engaging Human Rights in the Response to the Evolving Zika Virus Epidemic
In late 2015, an increase in the number of infants born with microcephaly in poor communities in northeast Brazil prompted investigation of antenatal Zika infection as the cause. Zika now circulatesExpand
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