BMJ volume 295, issue 6591, P195-198 1987 DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6591.195 View full text
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R Richardson, B Hurwitz

Abstract: transfusion or injections, and there was no history of venereal infection or genital ulceration. The other antibody positive heterosexual man was an intravenous drug user.When the beginning of October was compared with midNovember there was an increase of over 300% in people attending the clinic who required counselling for the HIV antibody test. By the end of December this had fallen slightly, but with the surge in publicity at the end of February we are expecting a further dramatic increase in requests for …

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