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Volume 21, Number 5, 1 May 2009

Adherence to antiretroviral medication in older adults living with HIV/AIDS: a comparison of alternative models
pp. 541-551(11)
Authors: Johnson, Christopher; Heckman, Timothy; Hansen, Nathan; Kochman, Arlene; Sikkema, Kathleen

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MOMS: formative evaluation and subsequent intervention for mothers living with HIV
pp. 552-560(9)
Authors: Davies, Susan; Horton, Trudi; Williams, Angela; Martin, Michelle; Stewart, Katharine

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Free Content Young women and limits to the normalisation of condom use: a qualitative study
pp. 561-566(6)
Authors: Williamson, Lisa; Buston, Katie; Sweeting, Helen

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Potential pathways to HIV/AIDS transmission in the Niger Delta of Nigeria: poverty, migration and commercial sex
pp. 567-574(8)
Authors: Udoh, Isidore; Mantell, Joanne; Sandfort, Theo; Eighmy, Myron

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Methamphetamine use, sexual activity, patient-provider communication, and medication adherence among HIV-infected patients in care, San Francisco 2004-2006
pp. 575-582(8)
Authors: Marquez, Carina; Mitchell, Samuel; Hare, C. Bradley; John, Malcolm; Klausner, Jeffrey

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Reducing vertical HIV transmission in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo: trends in HIV prevalence and service delivery
pp. 583-590(8)
Authors: Behets, Frieda; Mutombo, Gertrude Musuamba; Edmonds, Andrew; Dulli, Lisa; Belting, Martine Tabala; Kapinga, Melanie; Pantazis, Athena; Tomlin, Holly; Okitolonda, Emile

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Secrecy and risk among MSM in Tbilisi, Georgia
pp. 591-597(7)
Authors: Costenbader, Elizabeth; Otiashvili, David; Meyer, William; Zule, William; Orr, Alex; Kirtadze, Irma

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Reliability and validity of two HIV/AIDS-specific quality of life instruments adapted for use in HIV-positive Zimbabweans
pp. 598-607(10)
Authors: Taylor, Tonya; Dolezal, Curtis; Tross, Susan; Holmes, William

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Integrating HIV clinical services into primary health care in Rwanda: a measure of quantitative effects
pp. 608-614(7)
Authors: Price, Jessica; Leslie, Jennifer Asuka; Welsh, Michael; Binagwaho, Agnes

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Factors influencing consent to HIV testing among wives of heavy drinkers in an urban slum in India
pp. 615-621(7)
Authors: Satyanarayana, Veena; Chandra, Prabha; Vaddiparti, Krishna; Benegal, Vivek; Cottler, Linda

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+CLICK: harnessing web-based training to reduce secondary transmission among HIV-positive youth
pp. 622-631(10)
Authors: Markham, Christine Margaret; Shegog, Ross; Leonard, Amy Dolph; Bui, Thanh; Paul, Mary

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Doubts, denial and divine intervention: understanding delayed attendance and poor retention rates at a HIV treatment programme in rural Tanzania
pp. 632-637(6)
Authors: Wringe, Alison; Roura, Maria; Urassa, Mark; Busza, Joanna; Athanas, Veronica; Zaba, Basia

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Risk and protective factors in association with mental health problems among people living with HIV who were former plasma/blood donors in rural China
pp. 645-654(10)
Authors: Yu, X. N.; Lau, J. T. F.; Mak, W. W. S.; Cheng, Y. M.; Lv, Y. H.; Zhang, J. X.

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HAART receipt and viral suppression among HIV-infected patients with co-occurring mental illness and illicit drug use
pp. 655-663(9)
Authors: Chander, Geetanjali; Himelhoch, Seth; Fleishman, John; Hellinger, James; Gaist, Paul; Moore, Richard; Gebo, Kelly

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Cost consequences of HIV-associated lipoatrophy
pp. 664-671(8)
Authors: Hornberger, J.; Rajagopalan, R.; Shewade, A.; Loutfy, M. R.

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Book Review
pp. 672-673(2)
Author: Bernard, Edwin

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