Wockner, Rex
January 2001
Bay Windows;1/25/2001, pN.PAG
Reports on the increase of HIV infections in Latvia in 2004. Comparison on the number of HIV cases counted in 2003 and 3004; Estimate on the percentage of infections found among heroin users; Number of cases that developed to AIDS.


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