Sexual mixing patterns and sex-differentials in teenage exposure to HIV infection in rural Zimbabwe

@article{Gregson2002SexualMP,
  title={Sexual mixing patterns and sex-differentials in teenage exposure to HIV infection in rural Zimbabwe},
  author={S. Gregson and C. Nyamukapa and G. Garnett and P. Mason and T. Zhuwau and M. Cara{\"e}l and S. Chandiwana and Roy M. Anderson},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2002},
  volume={359},
  pages={1896-1903}
}
BACKGROUND HIV-1 prevalence typically rises more rapidly at young ages in women than in men in sub-Saharan Africa. Greater susceptibility to infection on exposure in women is believed to be a contributory factor as is greater exposure to previously infected sexual partners of the opposite sex. We investigated the latter hypothesis using data from a field study in rural Manicaland, Zimbabwe. METHODS Quantitative data on onset and degree of sexual activity, numbers of partners, concurrent… Expand
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