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Does increased general schooling protect against HIV infection? A study in four African cities

Author
GLYNN, Judith R1 ; CARAËL, Michel2 ; BUVE, Anne3 ; ANAGONOU, Séverin4 ; ZEKENG, Léopold5 ; KAHINDO, Maina6 ; MUSONDA, Rosemary7
[1] Infectious Disease Epidemiology Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom
[2] UNAIDS, Geneva, Switzerland
[3] Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium
[4] Programme de Lutte contre le SIDA, Cotonou, Benin
[5] Ministry of Public Health, Yaoundé, Cameroon
[6] National AIDS/STD Control Programme, Nairobi, Kenya
[7] Tropical Diseases Research Centre, Ndola, Zambia
Study Group on Heterogeneity of HIV Epidemics in African Cities
Source

TM & IH. Tropical medicine & international health. 2004, Vol 9, Num 1, pp 4-14, 11 p ; ref : 29 ref

ISSN
1360-2276
Scientific domain
Hygiene and public health, epidemiology, occupational medicine; Tropical medicine
Publisher
Blackwell Science, Oxford
Publication country
United Kingdom
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Milieu urbain Médecine tropicale Protection SIDA Santé publique Scolarisation Afrique Immunodéficit Immunopathologie Infection Virose
Keyword (en)
Urban environment Tropical medicine Protection AIDS Public health School enrollment Africa Immune deficiency Immunopathology Infection Viral disease
Keyword (es)
Medio urbano Medicina tropical Protección SIDA Salud pública Escolarización Africa Inmunodeficiencia Inmunopatología Infección Virosis
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B01 General aspects

Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B05 Infectious diseases / 002B05C Viral diseases / 002B05C02 Human viral diseases / 002B05C02D Viral diseases of the lymphoid tissue and the blood. Aids

Discipline
Generalities in medical sciences Infectious pathology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
15517635

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