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Mapping pathways to HIV prevention

Developing evidence-based, people-centred strategies for the use of antiretrovirals

Published Jun 19, 2013

by Molly Morgan Jones

with Jim Pickett, Joanna Chataway, James Swartz, Ohid Yaqub, Philip Smith, Kartika Palar, Jessica Terlikowski, Daniella Mark, William McColl, Petal Hackett, et al.

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Mapping Pathways is the first integrated, research-driven and community-led project to synthesise scientific evidence and local perspectives about antiretroviral drug-based HIV prevention strategies, in South Africa, India and the United States.

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