Can HIV recent infection surveillance help us better understand where primary prevention efforts should be targeted? Results of three pilots integrating a recent infection testing algorithm into routine programme activities in Kenya and Zimbabwe.

Rice, Brian D; de Wit, Mariken; Welty, Susie; Risher, Kathryn; Cowan, Frances M; Murphy, Gary; Chabata, Sungai T; Waruiru, Wanjiru; Magutshwa, Sitholubuhle; Motoku, John; +4 more... Kwaro, Daniel; Ochieng, Benard; Reniers, Georges; Rutherford, George; (2020) Can HIV recent infection surveillance help us better understand where primary prevention efforts should be targeted? Results of three pilots integrating a recent infection testing algorithm into routine programme activities in Kenya and Zimbabwe. JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS SOCIETY, 23 Sup (S3). e25513. ISSN 1758-2652 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/jia2.25513

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