Preventing HIV among Women — A Step Forward, but Much Farther to Go

Publish Year : 2016
Publisher : New England Journal of Medicine
Author Name : Adimora A.A.
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Description :

This editorial discusses new HIV prevention methods for women and how they have fared in clinical trials, including major challenges in prevention of HIV infection of women. Dr. Adimora stresses the importance of diverse HIV intervention methods that adopt to women in different life stages and their needs.


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