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Spreckelsen, T., Stoicescu, C., Cluver, L. D., Casale, M., Sudewo, A. G., Irwanto,
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Women who inject drugs are disproportionately afected by HIV and intimate partner violence (IPV); however, the link between IPV and HIV remains under-researched among substance-using women in low-…

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Praptoraharjo, I., Mahanani, M., Ameilia, R., Stoicescu, C., Irwanto,
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Women who inject drugs are disproportionately affected by co-occurring intimate partner violence (IPV), poor mental health, and substance use. Less is known about the potentially synergistic effec…

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Background: Treatment of children with HIV infection has increased rapidly by increasing the life span of HIV patients from baby to adult. Improving the quality-of-life (QoL) in c…