Published in Blood Weekly, May 11th, 1998
Factors that were significantly associated with HIV seropositivity included recruitment venue, age, marital status, donor residence, residence of primary partner, occupation, history of sexually transmitted disease, and condom use.
William McFarland, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, University of California, San Francisco, California, and colleagues identified the risk factors from results of a self-administered survey that included demographic and behavioral questions which was completed by 1,199 first-time, volunteer blood donors in Harare, Zimbabwe ("Risk Factors for HIV...
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