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

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developed. New treatment strategies are likely to rekindle this debate. Social science research must be on hand to resolve the debate. It must also provide opportunities for thinking about the conditions of access to testing and management of the individual immediately after the diagnosis of seropositivity (Doré, Moatti and Souteyrand, 1996).


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