Published in AIDS Weekly, January 22nd, 2007
Study 1: Scientists discuss in "Nested case-control study of cervical mucosal lesions, ectopy, and incident HIV infection among women in Cape Town, South Africa" new findings in HIV/AIDS. "The objective of this study was to test whether cervical mucosal lesions and ectopy increase women's susceptibility to HIV infection. HIV-seronegative women ages 35 to 65 years (n=5773) enrolled into a cervical cancer screening trial were followed for up to 36 months. All HIV seroconverters (n=86) in the cohort were compared with randomly selected controls (n=324) who did not seroconvert," scientists in South...
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