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Male Migration and Risky Sexual Behavior in Rural India: Is the Place of Origin Critical for HIV Prevention Programs?

Author : Niranjan Saggurti, Bidhubhusan Mahapatra, Suvakanta N Swain, Anrudh K Jain | 2016
Published By: National Center for Biotechnology Information

Recent studies of male migrants in India indicate that those who are infected with HIV are spreading the epidemic from high risk populations in high prevalence areas to populations in low prevalence areas. In this context, migrant men are believed to initiate and have risky sexual behaviors in places of destination and not in places of origin. The paucity of information on men's risky sexual behaviors in places of origin limits the decision to initiate HIV prevention interventions among populations in high out-migration areas in India.

URL : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3287559/

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