Reproductive Tract Infections in Mozambique: A Case Study of Integrated Services
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) were not acknowledged or properly dealt with in Mozambique, as in the majority of developing countries, until the AIDS problem, recognized in the mid-1980s, highlighted the importance of controlling STDs in the context of primary health care.
KeywordsHuman Immunodeficiency Virus Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Primary Health Care Center European Economic Community Partner Notification
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