Sexual Behavior and HIV/AIDS in Europe: Comparisons of National Surveys

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1
See some comparisons between Belgium, France and the Netherlands about the normative context of the relationships in Chapter 11.
2
The number of partners over the last 12 months in Switzerland had to be estimated by adding the number of stable partners over one year to the number of casual partners over 6 months, since this information was gathered using two different questions.

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