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This paper describes the recruitment and baseline characteristics of men, women, and couples who enrolled in the Voluntary Counseling and Testing Efficacy Study at the study site in Nairobi, Kenya. The purpose of this study was to test the effectiveness of Voluntary HIV Counseling and Testing...
The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) AIDS Committee is concerned about providing prevention and sexually transmitted disease (STD) services to increasing numbers of female sex workers (FSWs). We interviewed 250 non-brothel-based FSWs in HCMC in 1997, including 100 detained women at a rehabilitation...
The objective of this paper is to describe the baseline characteristics, risk behavior, and HIV prevalence of individuals and couples who enrolled in the Voluntary HIV Counseling and Testing Efficacy Study at the study site in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Participants were recruited through flyers,...
To describe the epidemiology of HIV and syphilis infection and sexual practices among male sex workers, we studied 434 transvestites and 96 “hustlers” recruited by peers in the metropolitan area of São Paulo, Brazil, from 1992 to 1998. Participants were young adults with low education levels...
A population-based probability sample of North and Central Trinidad collected information on 860 respondents' demographic characteristics, as well as the prevalence of sexual risk behaviors and precursors to sexual risk taking in the 2 months preceding interview. Precursors of sexual risk...
HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are spreading rapidly in China. However, little is known about HIV risk among STD patients. In October–November 1997, we recruited a consecutive sample of 1,371 STD clinic patients from 16 different provinces and municipalities across the...
Correlates of individual HIV test results-seeking and utilization of partner counseling services were identified among male factory workers who participated in a longitudinal HIV prevention intervention study in Harare, Zimbabwe. Men working at participating factories were offered HIV voluntary...
Young adults in China are at increasing risk for HIV infection, yet there have been few prevention programs to address this growing public health problem. In 1996–1997, we conducted a community-based AIDS prevention intervention in semirural Kunshan county near Shanghai, which was integrated...
There is a growing body of evidence that voluntary HIV counseling and testing (VCT) is effective for the primary prevention of HIV as well as for the care and support of individuals affected by HIV in developing countries. This qualitative study offers an additional perspective: the experiences...
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