Women's acceptability and husband's support of rapid HIV testing of pregnant women in India.

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This study examined acceptability among pregnant women and their husbands for HIV testing within the antenatal clinic (ANC) and delivery room (DR) of a government hospital in Pune, India from September 2000 to November 2001. Acceptance of HIV counselling and testing was high with 83% of eligible women in the antenatal clinic (851 of 1025) and 68% of… (More)

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@article{Shankar2003WomensAA, title={Women's acceptability and husband's support of rapid HIV testing of pregnant women in India.}, author={Anita V. Shankar and Hemlata R. Pisal and Omprakash Nandikamba Patil and Amish G Joshi and Nitin Y. Suryavanshi and A. Shrotri and Kharmen Bharucha and Pandurang M Bulakh and Manju Phadke and R. C. Bollinger and Jayagowri Sastry}, journal={AIDS care}, year={2003}, volume={15 6}, pages={871-4} }