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Age-standardized prevalence of using female sex work among Indian men reporting any non-regular partner in the past year, by region and marital status, 2006.

By Michelle F. Gaffey (347047), Srinivasan Venkatesh (347049), Neeraj Dhingra (72126), Ajay Khera (52449), Rajesh Kumar (72124), Paul Arora (141025), Nico Nagelkerke (34936) and Prabhat Jha (34931)

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<p>PR = prevalence ratio; FSW = female sex worker; CI = confidence interval.</p>a<p>Percentages are sample-weighted.</p>b<p>Excludes the northeastern states.</p>c<p>Total percentages and 95% CIs are sample-weighted and standardized to the age distribution of all 3423 men in the study sample reporting any non-regular partner in the past year.</p

Topics: Medicine, Biotechnology, Infectious Diseases, prevalence, indian, men, non-regular, marital
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0022704.t002
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/421242
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