Ecological analysis of the association between high-risk population parameters and HIV prevalence among pregnant women enrolled in sentinel surveillance in four southern India states

@inproceedings{Alary2010EcologicalAO,
  title={Ecological analysis of the association between high-risk population parameters and HIV prevalence among pregnant women enrolled in sentinel surveillance in four southern India states},
  author={Michel Alary and A Ayyanat Jayachandran and Catherine Lowndes and Janet E Bradley and Eric J Demers and Rajatashuvra Adhikary and Mandar Keshav Mainkar},
  booktitle={Sexually transmitted infections},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND The HIV epidemic is very heterogeneous at the district level in the four Southern states of India most affected by the epidemic and where transmission is mainly heterosexual. The authors carried out an ecological study of the relationship between high-risk population parameters and HIV prevalence among pregnant women (ANC HIV prevalence). METHODS The data used in this study included: ANC HIV prevalence available from the National AIDS Control Organization (dependent variable); data… CONTINUE READING

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