Volume 18, Number 5—May 2012
Origin of Human T-Lymphotropic Virus Type 1 in Rural Côte d’Ivoire
|Variable||Activity resulting in contact
|Hunting||Dismembering||Preparing or cooking||Eating|
|Women, n = 402||0%||62.4%||66.9%||81.3%|
|Men, n = 371||11.6%||63.6%||21.6%||90.8%|
|Relative exposure, men vs. women||NA||1.02||0.32||1.12|
*Sex assignation was lost for 3 persons; thus, the total sampling size was 773 rather than 776, the total number included in the study. HTLV-1, human T-lymphotropic virus type1; NA, not applicable.
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