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Levels of HIV risk behaviour and AIDS knowledge in Thai men having sex with men.
Although many of the earliest cases of AIDS and HIV infection in Thailand were men who had sex with other men (MHSWM), transmission by heterosexual intercourse and needle sharing rapidly becameExpand
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HIV risk behavioral surveillance: a methodology for monitoring behavioral trends.
OBJECTIVE This article summarizes issues and recommendations for conducting HIV risk behavioral surveillance surveys (BSS) based on experiences from ten BSS projects in eight countries in Asia andExpand
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Country-specific estimates and models of HIV and AIDS: methods and limitations.
OBJECTIVE This paper presents the methods used to calculate the end of 1997 country-specific estimates of HIV and AIDS produced by the UNAIDS/WHO Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS and STDExpand
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Surveillance and modelling of HIV, STI, and risk behaviours in concentrated HIV epidemics
Background: HIV epidemics in most countries are highly concentrated among population subgroups such as female sex workers, injecting drug users, men who have sex with men, mobile populations, andExpand
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The recent epidemiology of HIV and AIDS in Thailand.
HIV infection is firmly established in the general population of Thailand and will soon exact substantial medical, social, and economic effects at the community and household levels. The primaryExpand
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Risk factors for HIV infection in Thailand.
The HIV epidemic is far from over in Thailand. A male population with high levels of HIV sexual risk behavior and, in particular, the widespread and frequent use of commercial sex helps toExpand
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Risk factors for HIV transmission in Asia and the Pacific.
One may be at risk of contracting HIV in Asia and the Pacific through unprotected heterosexual or homosexual intercourse, receiving infected blood in a transfusion, and/or the use HIV-contaminatedExpand
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