HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance

Zhang W, Wang L, Sun X, Krämer A, Lv F (2009)
Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine 4(2): 73-81.

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Zhang W, Wang L, Sun X, Krämer A, Lv F. HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine. 2009;4(2):73-81.
Zhang, W., Wang, L., Sun, X., Krämer, A., & Lv, F. (2009). HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine, 4(2), 73-81.
Zhang, W., Wang, L., Sun, X., Krämer, A., and Lv, F. (2009). HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine 4, 73-81.
Zhang, W., et al., 2009. HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine, 4(2), p 73-81.
W. Zhang, et al., “HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance”, Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine, vol. 4, 2009, pp. 73-81.
Zhang, W., Wang, L., Sun, X., Krämer, A., Lv, F.: HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine. 4, 73-81 (2009).
Zhang, Weidong, Wang, Lan, Sun, X., Krämer, Alexander, and Lv, F. “HIV and syphilis infections among drug users in China - what we can learn from HIV/AIDS comprehensive surveillance”. Journal of Chinese Clinical Medicine 4.2 (2009): 73-81.
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