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Key Websites


Brabin, L and others. Reproductive Tract Infections, Gynaecological Morbidity and HIV: Seroprevalence among Women in Mumbai, India. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1998. 76(3).P.277-287. 

Kanbargi, R  and Kanbargi, S. Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Bangalore City : some findings from an exploratory study. The Journal of Family Welfare. March 1996. 42(1).p. 30-37. 

Kumar, R and others. Reproductive Tract Infections - and Associated Difficulties. Forum. 1997. 18. p.80-82. 

Pachauri, S. NGO Efforts to Prevent Maternal and Infant Mortality in India. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3-4). P. 30-44. 

Pachauri, S. Defining a Reproductive Health Package for India: A Proposed Framework. IN Gender, Population and Development /Edited by Maithreeji Krishnaraj; Ratna M. Sudarshan; Abusaleh Shariff. Oxford University Press. 1998. P.310-339. 

Pandya, Sunil K. Patients Testing Positive for HIV: Ethical Dilemmas in India. Issues in Medical Ethics. April-June 1997. 5(2).p.49-55. 

Pandya, Sunil K. The Patient with AIDS. Medical Ethics. Feb-April 1994. 1(3).P.1-4. 

Piet-Pelon, Nancy J and Rob, Ubaidur. Integration of RTI Care into Existing Family Planning Services in Bangladesh: The Possible and the Practical. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3&4).p.186-195. 

Ramarao, S and others. A Model of Costs of RTI Case Management Services in Uttar Pradesh. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3-4). P. 157-185. 

Ramasubban, R. Patriarchy and the Risks of STD and HIV Transmission to Women. Bibliographic information currently unavailable.

Shreedhar. J and Colaco, A. A Women's Best Friend. Humanscape. 5(11). Nov. 1998. P. 34, 35, 37. 

Sumi, T. Clara. AIDS Awareness amongst Workers: a Myth or Reality?. The Catalyst. Newsletter of the National Foundation for India. 1999.2(1).p.7-10.

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