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Spacial dynamics and social risk factor for AIDS in isolated area in French Guiana

Abstract : French Guiana, a French overseas department in South America, has been classified epidemic for HIV. The dynamics of the spread of the AIDS epidemic ranges according to the characteristics of each geographical region in different population groups. Isolated area in French Guiana have a vast diversity of population including maroon population, amerindians and migrants in particulary from Brazil, Surinam and Guyana. Isolated area in French Guiana is defined by all rural areas compared to urban area: Cayenne, Kourou and Saint Laurent du Maroni (Map 1). The aim of this study was to evaluate spacial and temporal trend of the AIDS epidemic among type of population on isolated area of French Guiana.
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Emilie Mosnier, Noé Guiraud, Loïc Epelboin, Florence Huber, Leila Adriouch, et al.. Spacial dynamics and social risk factor for AIDS in isolated area in French Guiana. 26th European congress of clinical microbiology and infectious diseases, Apr 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands. ⟨inserm-01423115⟩



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