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Foreign-Born Persons with HIV in U.S. Often Infected in the U.S.

20:00 EDT 28 Sep 2017 | NEJM

Molecular analysis linked 62% of foreign-born HIV+ persons with in-network transmission to a transmission partner born in the U.S.

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