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Underlying factors in female sexual partner instability in Kampala

Twa-Twa, Jeremiahs; Nakanaabi, Immaculate M; Sekimpi, Deogratius


Divorced or separated persons are more likely to be infected with HIV than those in marital unions: sexual partner instability appears to have significant implications in STD/HIV transmission. While this appears empirically yes, most current STD/HIV preventive strategies do not seem to address partner instability as an important underlying factor in STD/HIV transmission and control.<br><br> This paper describes reasons why young females may be motivated to change sexual partners or have more...[Show more]

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Date published: 1997
Type: Journal article


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