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American Journal of Reproductive Immunology

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Special Issue: Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission

February 2013

Volume 69, Issue Supplement s1

Pages 1–141

  1. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation

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    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    1. Editorial

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  2. Guest Editorial

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    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
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  3. Letter to the Editor

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    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
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      Letter to the Editor (page 4)

      Souleymane Mboup

      Article first published online: 24 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/aji.12049

  4. Meeting Report

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    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
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  5. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission

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    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
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      Forced Sex and HIV Risk in Violent Relationships (pages 41–44)

      Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Marguerite B. Lucea, Jamila K. Stockman and Jessica E. Draughon

      Article first published online: 16 OCT 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/aji.12026

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  6. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract

    1. Top of page
    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
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      Genital immunology and HIV susceptibility in young women (pages 74–79)

      Tae Joon Yi, Brett Shannon, Jessica Prodger, Lyle McKinnon and Rupert Kaul

      Article first published online: 12 NOV 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/aji.12035

  7. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission

    1. Top of page
    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
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      Heterosexual Anal Intercourse: A Neglected Risk Factor for HIV? (pages 95–105)

      Rebecca F. Baggaley, Dobromir Dimitrov, Branwen N. Owen, Michael Pickles, Ailsa R. Butler, Ben Masse and Marie-Claude Boily

      Article first published online: 24 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/aji.12064

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  8. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention

    1. Top of page
    2. Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission. Guest Editors: Charles R. Wira and Jennifer F. Klot. This supplement was published by John Wiley & Sons A/S with financial support from the NIH Office of AIDS Research, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict and the Greentree Foundation
    3. Guest Editorial
    4. Letter to the Editor
    5. Meeting Report
    6. The Social Epidemiology of Sexual Violence and HIV Transmission
    7. Genital Trauma and the Immunology of the Female Reproductive Tract
    8. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    9. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    10. Assessing the Role of Genital Trauma and Sexual Violence in HIV Transmission
    11. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
    12. Sexual Violence and HIV Interventions: Implications for Prevention
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      Estimating the Impact of Reducing Violence Against Female Sex Workers on HIV Epidemics in Kenya and Ukraine: A Policy Modeling Exercise (pages 122–132)

      Michele R. Decker, Andrea L. Wirtz, Carel Pretorius, Susan G. Sherman, Michael D. Sweat, Stefan D. Baral, Chris Beyrer and Deanna L. Kerrigan

      Article first published online: 6 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/aji.12063

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      Uptake to HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis in Haiti: Opportunities to Align Sexual Violence, HIV PEP and Mental Health (pages 132–141)

      Linda Marc, Jean-Guy Honoré, Patrick Néjuste, Monica Setaruddin, Nika-Nola Lamothe, Gabriel Thimothé and Jean-Ronald Cornely

      Article first published online: 28 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/aji.12053

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