In South Africa, Wives' HIV Prevention Beliefs Affect Condom Use with Spouse

Lane, T.
September 2004
International Family Planning Perspectives;Sep2004, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p150
Academic Journal
Discusses a survey about the influence of wives' HIV prevention beliefs on condom use in South Africa. Prevalence of condom use; Influence of urban residency and education on condom use; Sexual behaviors of wives.


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