Gender-related factors influencing HIV serostatus disclosure in patients receiving HAART in West Africa.

@article{Ndiaye2008GenderrelatedFI,
  title={Gender-related factors influencing HIV serostatus disclosure in patients receiving HAART in West Africa.},
  author={Cathy Ndiaye and Christelle Boileau and Mar{\'i}a Victoria Zunzunegui and Samual Koala and S Ag Aboubacrine and Pascal Antoine Niamba and V K Nguyen and S{\'e}lim Rashed},
  journal={World health & population},
  year={2008},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={43-54}
}
Disclosure of HIV serostatus remains an important tool for the prevention of new infections and early initiation of treatment for HIV-positive individuals' regular sexual partners. Our aim is to identify factors associated with disclosure to partner in patients taking antiretroviral treatment, with a gender- and sex-based approach. In this study conducted in Mali and Burkina Faso, men (154) and women (164) who reported being in a marital or cohabitating relationship were included. Sex-specific… CONTINUE READING

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