Heterosexual transmission of HIV

  • R. Ancelle-Park
  • I. De Vincenzi

Abstract

Since 1983 countries in the WHO European Region have taken part in the surveillance of AIDS in Europe by reporting their data to the WHO Collaborating Centre on AIDS. The cases of AIDS recorded fulfil the CDC case definition published in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report in September 1982(1) and revised in June 1985.(2) One source per country, recognised by their respective national health authorities, provides the information. The national data are noted on standard tables, and each source is responsible for the quality of the data provided.

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Europe Sarcoma Tria Romania Croup 

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  • I. De Vincenzi

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