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Volume 7, Number 6—December 2001

Synopsis

Trichomonas vaginalis, HIV, and African-Americans

Frank Sorvillo*Comments to Author , Lisa Smith*, Peter Kerndt†, and Lawrence Ash*
Author affiliations: *University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California;; †Department of Health Services, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, California

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Hypothetical level of HIV transmission attributable to Trichomonas vaginalis at varying prevalences of Trichomonas infection and assuming that T. vaginalis infection amplifies HIV infection by two- or three-fold.

Figure. Hypothetical level of HIV transmission attributable to Trichomonas vaginalis at varying prevalences of Trichomonas infection and assuming that T. vaginalis infection amplifies HIV infection by two- or three-fold.

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