|Title:||Injectable Contraceptive Use and Genital Ulcer Disease during the Early Phase of HIV-1 Infection Increase Plasma Virus Load in Women|
|Authors:||Richardson, Barbara A.
Baeten, Jared M.
Kreiss, Joan K.
Chohan, Bhavna H.
Panteleeff, Dana D.
Ndinya-Achola, Jackoniah O.
|Periodical:||Journal of Infectious Diseases|
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