Consensus statement from the Consultation on HIV Epidemiology and Prostitution, Geneva, 3-6 July 1989
Consultation on HIV Epidemiology and Prostitution (1989: Geneva), WHO Global Programme on AIDS & World Health Organization. Programme of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. (1989). Consensus statement from the Consultation on HIV Epidemiology and Prostitution, Geneva, 3-6 July 1989. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/62223
Gov't Doc #WHO/GPA/INF/89.11. Unpublished
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