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1.  Did inclusion of informed consent affect the observed HIV prevalence rate among injecting drug users during HIV Sentinel Surveillance 2017 in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jharkhand states of Central Zone of India?
2.  Size estimation of high-risk groups for HIV infection in India based on data from national integrated bio-behavioural surveillance and targeted interventions
3.  Is inclusion of informed consent associated with HIV sero-positivity rate – findings from 2017 HIV sentinel surveillance among men having sex with men in select states of India
4.  Site preparedness and quality of HIV sentinel surveillance at antenatal care clinic sites in India, 2019
5.  HIV/AIDS related risk behaviours, HIV prevalence and determinants for HIV prevalence among Hijra/Transgender persons in India: Findings from the 2014-15 Integrated Biological and Behavioural Surveillance
6.  Factors associated with HIV infection and self-assessed risk to HIV among Injection Drug Users in Manipur, India
7.  Socio-demographic factors associated with HIV Prevalence among pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in six southern states of India: Evidences from the latest round of HIV sentinel surveillance
8.  The relationship between educational attainment and HIV prevalence among pregnant women attending ante natal clinics in six states of India: Sentinel surveillance from 2010 to 2017
9.  Motivation for adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy by Transgender PLHIV – a study in West Bengal, India
10.  Variation in Injecting Drug Use Behaviour across different North Eastern States in India
11.  Cost-effectiveness of Antiretroviral Therapy: A Systematic Review
12.  HIV risk profile and its socio-demographic correlates among long-distance truckers in West Bengal, India: evidence from National HIV Sentinel Surveillance HSS 2017
13.  HIV Prevalence and High Risk Behaviour of Home Based and Non Home-Based Female Sex Workers in Three High-Prevalent North-Eastern States of India
14.  Ageing of HIV Epidemic in India: Insights from HIV Estimation Modelling Under National AIDS Control Programme
EDITORIAL
1.  Evidence Generation to Strategize India’s Response to HIV: Journey So Far and Challenges Ahead
2.  Redefining and Redesigning Public Health for the Future


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