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An increasing and disproportionate share of the newly diagnosed HIV infections in Europe – at least in the west – is in migrants, especially in those from sub-Saharan Africa. This was the main conclusion of an analysis of European HIV case reporting data, presented to the XIV International AIDS conference in Barcelona last week (7-12 July 2002) (1). Migrant populations are often highly vulnerable to HIV infection and may experience strong barriers to prevention and care (2).

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2002-07-18
2017-11-23
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