Assessment of Risk Factors for HIV Infection in Female Sex Workers and Men who have Sex with Men in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay

Publish Year : 2008
Publisher : Population Council
Author Name : Chinaglia M., Tun W., Mello M., Insfran M., Diaz J.
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Description :

This Horizons report describes the findings of a study to estimate HIV and syphilis prevalence among female sex workers (FSW) and MSM in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay; examine knowledge, attitudes, and risk behaviors related to HIV and STIs; and describe the contextual and behavioral factors influencing HIV and STI transmission among MSM and FSWs in Ciudad del Este.


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