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Oral Pills Benefits Outweigh Risks

The research, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, concluded that the reduced risk of certain cancers lasted for at least 30 years after women stopped taking the pill. The study looked at data from 46,022 women recruited to the UK Royal College…

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Modeling of HIV Transmission in Nasarawa State, Nigeria: An Analysis of Distribution of New Infections

The HIV/AIDS epidemic is now in its 3rd decade with an estimated 34 million people living with HIV worldwide at the end of 2011…

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Using Sex Workers as Researchers to Assess Condom Use Rates in Brothels in Nigeria (SFH 2004)

Most conventional research efforts at investigating consistent condom use among sex-workers…

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Perceived Faith-based Invulnerability to HIV Infection Among Female Sex Workers in Nigeria (SFH 2002)

The study explores the extent to which sex workers self-assessment of risk depends on their faith…

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Outlet Survey Report (Baseline) (ACTWatch 2008)

The outlet survey is one of the ACTwatch research components. The objective is to monitor levels and trends in the availability, price and volumes of antimalarials…

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A Comparative Analysis of Brothel-Based Commercial Sex Work in Cities and ‘Junction Towns’ in Nigeria

In Nigeria where the HIV epidemic is low, interventions among sex workers may be particularly useful in slowing down epidemic…

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ESMPIN Baseline Report (ESMPIN 2011)

Diarrhea, malaria, lack of family planning (FP) and improper care of pregnant mothers and newborns are some of the causes behind Nigeria’s high maternal, neonatal and child mortality rates.

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