A three-year follow-up survey of demographic changes in a Ugandan town on the trans-African highway with high HIV-1 seroprevalence
A 1991 serosurvey in a Ugandan trading town on the trans-African highway reported a 40 per cent HIV-1 prevalence in adults. Three years later in a repeat survey of the 531 adults resident in 1991, 279 (53%) were still present, 196 (37%) had left and 56 (11%) had died. There were 138 new residents and 46 children had become adults, making a total of 463 adults in 1994, 13 per cent less than 1991. Most immigrants (91%) came from the surrounding rural district whereas 38 per cent of emigrants went...[Show more]
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