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Influence of socio-demographic factors on distances travelled to access HIV services: enhanced surveillance of HIV patients in north west England

By Penny A Cook, Jennifer Downing, C Philip Wheater, Mark A Bellis, Karen Tocque, Qutub Syed and Penelope A Phillips-Howard
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: BioMed Central
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