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Volume 23, Supplement 1, 1 June 2011

Preventing HIV in women: a top priority in China's efforts in fighting AIDS
pp. 1-4(4)
Authors: Li, Xiaoming; Hong, Yan; Poston, Dudley

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Review of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among female sex workers in China
pp. 5-25(21)
Authors: Poon, Adrienne N.; Li, Zhijun; Wang, Ning; Hong, Yan

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Commercial sex venues, syphilis and methamphetamine use among female sex workers
pp. 26-36(11)
Authors: Kang, Dianming; Liao, Meizhen; Jiang, Zhenxia; Zhang, Xijiang; Mao, Wenwen; Zhang, Ning; Tao, Xiaorun; Huang, Tao; Bi, Zhenqiang; Aliyu, Muktar; Wu, Pingsheng; Jiang, Baofa; Jia, Yujiang

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Herpes simplex virus type 2 infection among female sex workers in Shanghai, China
pp. 37-44(8)
Authors: Yang, Ying; Yao, Jinjian; Gao, Meiyang; Su, Hualin; Zhang, Tiejun; He, Na

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“Bridge population”: sex workers or their clients? – STI prevalence and risk behaviors of clients of female sex workers in China
pp. 45-53(9)
Authors: Huang, Z.J.; Wang, W.; Martin, M.C.; Nehl, E.J.; Smith, B.D.; Wong, F.Y.

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HIV/STI prevention interventions targeting FSWs in China: a systematic literature review
pp. 54-65(12)
Authors: Hong, Yan; Poon, Adrienne N.; Zhang, Chen

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Female condom use in the rural sex industry in China: analysis of users and non-users at post-intervention surveys
pp. 66-74(9)
Authors: Liao, Susu; Weeks, Margaret R.; Wang, Yanhong; Li, Fei; Jiang, Jingmei; Li, Jianghong; Zeng, Xiaomei; He, Bin; Dunn, Jennifer

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Sexual revolution in China: implications for Chinese women and society
pp. 105-112(8)
Authors: Xiao, Zhiwen; Mehrotra, Purnima; Zimmerman, Rick

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Childhood sexual abuse and sexual risks among young rural-to-urban migrant women in Beijing, China
pp. 113-119(7)
Authors: Lin, Danhua; Li, Xiaoming; Fang, Xiaoyi; Lin, Xiuyun

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In sickness and in health: a qualitative study of how Chinese women with HIV navigate stigma and negotiate disclosure within their marriages/partnerships
pp. 120-125(6)
Authors: Chen, Wei-Ti; Shiu, Cheng-Shi; Simoni, Jane M.; Zhao, Hongxin; Bao, Mei Juan; Lu, Hongzhou

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