Knowledge and beliefs about HIV/AIDS among male and female students of Nigerian universities

@inproceedings{Ebeniro2010KnowledgeAB,
  title={Knowledge and beliefs about HIV/AIDS among male and female students of Nigerian universities},
  author={Chioma Daisy Ebeniro},
  year={2010}
}
HIV/AIDS is one of the biggest problems that has puzzled the medical world, this is because AIDS is life threatening and as of present there is no cure for the disease. The first AIDS case in Nigeria was reported in 1986. Since then, the epidemic has steadily grown. Estimates show the number of people living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria in 2003 to be between 3.2 and 3.8 million (2003 HIV Sentinel Survey), and the age group 20–24 years having the highest national prevalence (5.6%). The active labour… CONTINUE READING

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