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© Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and World Health Organization (WHO) 2004

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  author={Jesus MGarc{\'i}a Calleja and Peter Ghys and Catherine A. Hankins and Annemarie Hou and Judith Polsky and Purnima Mane and Lidia Andrushchak and Maha Aon and Reeta Bhatia and Asya Bidordinova and M Borromeo and Yves Bourney and Raul Boyle and Michel Cayemittes and Paloma Cuch{\'i} and Ruben Prado and Monica Djupvik and Sun Gang and Claud{\'i}a Garcia-Moreno and Eleanor Gouws and Francoise F Hamers and Sami Hashim and Gillian Holmes and Henrica Afm Jansen and Setou Kaba and Aziz Khudoberdiev and Alexander Kossukhin and Aldo Landi and David Lawson and Bertil Anders Lindblad and Tiwonge Towera Loga and Samia Lounnas and Rob Lyerla and M Mahalingam and Mary I Mahy and Bunmi Makinwa},
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