Cross-sectional study of sexual behaviour and knowledge about HIV among urban, rural and minority residents in Viet Nam / Thang D. Bui ...[et al.]
Other TitlesViet Nam : étude transversale sur le comportement sexuel et la connaissance du VIH dans les populations urbaines et rurales et au sein de minorités : résumé
Estudio transversal del comportamiento sexual y de los conocimientos sobre el VIH entre poblaciones urbanas y rurales y minorías de Viet Nam : resumen
Bui, Thang D, Pham, Chi K, Pham, Thang H, Hoang, Long T, Nguyen, Thich V. et al. (2001). Cross-sectional study of sexual behaviour and knowledge about HIV among urban, rural and minority residents in Viet Nam / Thang D. Bui ...[et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/57955
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2001 ; 79(1) : 15-21
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