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Publisher: Elsevier

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Volume 14, Number 1, February 2003

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Editorial Board
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Modelling emerging HIV epidemics: the role of injecting drug use and sexual transmission in the Russian Federation, China and India
pp. 25-43(19)
Authors: Grassly, N.C.; Lowndes, C.M.; Rhodes, T.; Judd, A.; Renton, A.; Garnett, G.P.

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Conditions for widespread heterosexual spread of HIV in the Russian Federation: implications for research, monitoring and prevention
pp. 45-62(18)
Authors: Lowndes, C.M.; Renton, A.; Alary, M.; Rhodes, T.; Garnett, G.; Stimson, G.

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Potential impact of HIV among IDUs on heterosexual transmission in Asian settings: scenarios from the Asian Epidemic Model
pp. 63-74(12)
Authors: Saidel, T.J.; Des Jarlais, D.; Peerapatanapokin, W.; Dorabjee, J.; Singh, S.; Brown, T.

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HIV among injecting drug users and spread to the general population: putting the cart before the horse
pp. 75-78(4)
Authors: Archibald, C.P.; Reid, D.C.; Choudhri, Y.; Cule, S.M.

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HIV in IDUs: should we bother?
pp. 83-85(3)
Author: Panda, S.

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Model phobia: looking past the curves
pp. 87-88(2)
Author: Heimer, R.

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Can HIV epidemics among IDUs 'trigger' a generalised epidemic?
pp. 99-102(4)
Authors: Wiessing, L.; Kretzschmar, M.

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Responses to a special issue
pp. 103-103(1)
Authors: Moore, D.; Rhodes, T.; Stimson, G.

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The bitter sweet poison of ethnographic research
pp. 123-125(3)
Author: McKeganey, N.

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Drug research: ethnographies or qualitative works
pp. 127-130(4)
Author: Sterk, C.E.

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