INCIDENCE OF AIDS IN QUETTA AND SUBURBS
AbstractA generalised fear of Human Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV) infection was created by mediaad over the world including Baluchistan, Pakistan. This fear was sometimes more grave ascompared to Hepatitis B virus infection which is commoner in this part of Pakistan. There weresome reported cases of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) as well in Kech,(Makuran) area. We have studied 2,466 individuals in Quetta and suburbs to determine theincidence of A IDS.
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