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Living with HIV: Recent research from France and the French Caribbean (VESPA study), Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom
Heterogeneous response to HAART across a diverse population of people living with HIV: results from the ANRS-EN12-VESPA Study
Barriers and incentives to HIV treatment uptake among Aboriginal people in Western Australia
Health-related quality of life in French people living with HIV in 2003: results from the national ANRS-EN12-VESPA Study
Living and working with HIV in France in 2003: results from the ANRS-EN12-VESPA Study
Factors distiguishing employed from unemployed people in the Positive Health Study
Unprotected sex in regular partnerships among homosexual men living with HIV: a comparison between sero-nonconcordant and seroconcordant couples (ANRS-EN12-VESPA Study)
Use of illicit drugs among gay men living with HIV in Sydney
Unsafe sex in regular partnerships among heterosexual persons living with HIV: evidence from a large representative sample of individuals attending outpatients services in France (ANRS-EN12-VESPA Study)
Sexual behaviour of people living with HIV in London: implications for HIV transmission
Awareness of non-occupational HIV postexposure prophylaxis among French people living with HIV: the need for better targeting
Reproductive choice in men and women living with HIV: evidence from a large representative sample of outpatients attending French hospitals (ANRS-EN12-VESPA Study)
Fertility intentions of women of reproductive age living with HIV in British Columbia, Canada
Factors correlated with disclosure of HIV infection in the French Antilles and French Guiana: results from the ANRS-EN13-VESPA-DFA Study
APPENDIX: Acknowledgments: The VESPA EN-12 study group