Libya should stop denying scientific evidence on HIV. Nature, 448(7157): 992 (2007).

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Title: Libya should stop denying scientific evidence on HIV
Authors: Colizzi V, de Oliveira T, Roberts RJ.
Journal: Nature,448(7157):992 (2007)

Journal Impact Factor (I.F.): 34.48
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Citation: Colizzi V, de Oliveira T, Roberts RJ. Libya should stop denying scientific evidence on HIV Nature,448(7157):992 (2007).


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