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April  2020 |  Vol 64 |  Issue  5    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Evidence generation to strategize India's response to HIV: Journey so far and challenges ahead
  India's fight with HIV epidemic is more than three decades old and has come a long way in its response to prevent HIV and mitigate its impact on people living with HIV. Besides political will an...
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  Site preparedness and quality of HIV sentinel surveillance at antenatal care clinic sites in India, 2019
  Background: Quality of HIV sentinel surveillance (HSS) depends on preparedness of the site and adherence to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for HSS. A designated sentinel site is con...
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  HIV Risk profile and its socio-demographic correlates among long-distance truckers in West Bengal, India: Evidence from national HIV sentinel surveillance 2017
  Background: Long-distance truckers (LDTs) belong to a special sentinel group with potentially high risk of acquisition of HIV owing to their high mobility, sociodemographic vulnerability, and...
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  The relationship between educational attainment and hiv prevalence among pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in six states of India: Sentinel surveillance from 2010 to 2017
  Background: The National AIDS Control Programme provides support for HIV prevention services to pregnant women attending antenatal care (ANC) clinics through testing, kit delivery, counseling...
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