HIV and sexually transmitted infections in the Russian Federation in 1993-2008



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The paper describes trends in the epidemics of HIV and sexually transmitted infections in the Russian Federation in 1993-2008 and has established a relationship between them.

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N N Ladnaya

Federal Research and Methodological Center for AIDS Prevention and Control

Email: nladnaia@hotmail.com
Federal Research and Methodological Center for AIDS Prevention and Control

M A Ivanova

Central Research Institute of Health Care Organization and Informatization, Russian Agency for Health Care, Moscow

Central Research Institute of Health Care Organization and Informatization, Russian Agency for Health Care, Moscow

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