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Fig. 2. From: Population Mobility and Spread of HIV Across the Indo-Nepal Border.

Approximate geographic locations of injecting drug-use-related HIV epidemics identified in eastern terai, southeast Nepal in 2003 and Darjeeling district, India, in 2004

Binod Nepal. J Health Popul Nutr. 2007 September;25(3):267-277.
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Fig. 1. From: Population Mobility and Spread of HIV Across the Indo-Nepal Border.

Map showing the approximate geographic locations of major HIV epidemics (according to the highest prevalence in 1999–2005) in Nepal and the major high-prevalence groups in India with which they are linked through population mobility

Binod Nepal. J Health Popul Nutr. 2007 September;25(3):267-277.

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