Maximizing the Benefit: HIV Prevention Planning Based on Cost-Effectiveness

A Practical Tool for Community Planning Groups and Health Departments

by Deborah Cohen, Thomas Farley, Shin-Yi Wu

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Maximizing the Benefit: HIV Prevention Planning Based on Cost-Effectiveness A Practical Tool for Community Planning Groups and Health Departments

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