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Quality assurance and quality improvement using supportive supervision in a large-scale STI intervention with sex workers, men who have sex with men/transgenders and injecting-drug users in India

By Vittal Mogasale, Teodora C Wi, Anjana Das, Sumit Kane, Aman Kumar Singh, Bitra George and Richard Steen
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