Temporary expatriation is related to HIV-1 infection in rural Senegal.

@article{Kane1993TemporaryEI,
  title={Temporary expatriation is related to HIV-1 infection in rural Senegal.},
  author={Fadel Kane and Michel Alary and Ibrahima Ndoye and Anne Marie Coll and Souleymane M'boup and Ali Gueye and Phyllis J Kanki and Jean R Joly},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={1993},
  volume={7 9},
  pages={1261-5}
}
OBJECTIVES To assess temporary expatriation as a risk factor for HIV infection in a rural area of Senegal and to examine the transmission of HIV from expatriates to their families. DESIGN Cross-sectional study in identified expatriates and in a representative cluster sample of the general population from the same geographical area in northern Senegal. METHODS In 1989, a survey (including questionnaire and serological tests for HIV-1 and HIV-2) was conducted in all expatriates currently… CONTINUE READING

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