The need for national HIV databases

Researchers and public health officials involved in surveying and forecasting the course of the HIV epidemic require complete and unfiltered information from many sources. Governments should respond by establishing national HIV databases.

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Layne, S., Marr, T., Colgate, S. et al. The need for national HIV databases. Nature 333, 511–512 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1038/333511a0

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