Articles by Heiner Grosskurth

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Rates of HIV-1 superinfection and primary HIV-1 infection are similar in female sex workers in Uganda

Redd, Andrew D.; Ssemwanga, Deogratius; Vandepitte, Judith; More

AIDS. 28(14):2147-2152, September 10th, 2014.

Home-based versus clinic-based care for patients starting antiretroviral therapy with low CD4+ cell counts: findings from a cluster-randomized trial

Woodd, Susannah L.; Grosskurth, Heiner; Levin, Jonathan; More

AIDS. 28(4):569-576, February 20th, 2014.

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HIV prevalence and incidence are no longer falling in southwest Uganda: evidence from a rural population cohort 1989–2005

Shafer, Leigh Anne; Biraro, Samuel; Nakiyingi-Miiro, Jessica; More

AIDS. 22(13):1641-1649, August 20th, 2008.

Biological and behavioural impact of an adolescent sexual health intervention in Tanzania: a community-randomized trial

Ross, David A; Changalucha, John; Obasi, Angela IN; More

AIDS. 21(14):1943-1955, September 2007.

Decline in sexually transmitted infection prevalence and HIV incidence in female barworkers attending prevention and care services in Mbeya Region, Tanzania

Riedner, Gabriele; Hoffmann, Oliver; Rusizoka, Mary; More

AIDS. 20(4):609-615, February 28th, 2006.

A randomized controlled safety and acceptability trial of dextrin sulphate vaginal microbicide gel in sexually active women in Uganda

Bakobaki, Julie M; Lacey, Charles J; Bukenya, Michael I; More

AIDS. 19(18):2149-2156, December 2nd, 2005.

Higher risk behaviour and rates of sexually transmitted diseases in Mwanza compared to Uganda may help explain HIV prevention trial outcomes

Orroth, Kate K; Korenromp, Eline L; White, Richard G; More

AIDS. 17(18):2653-2660, December 5th, 2003.

Model-based evaluation of single-round mass treatment of sexually transmitted diseases for HIV control in a rural African population

Korenromp, Eline L.; Van Vliet, Carina; Grosskurth, Heiner; More

AIDS. 14(5):573-593, March 31st, 2000.

Improved treatment services significantly reduce the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases in rural Tanzania: results of a randomized controlled trial

Mayaud, Philippe; Mosha, Frank; Todd, James; More

AIDS. 11(15):1873-1880, December 11th, 1997.

Sexual behaviour patterns and other risk factors for HIV infection in rural Tanzania: a case–control study

Quigley, Maria; Munguti, Katua; Grosskurth, Heiner; More

AIDS. 11(2):237-248, February 11th, 1997.

A community trial of the impact of improved sexually transmitted disease treatment on the HIV epidemic in rural Tanzania: 2. Baseline survey results

Grosskurth, Heiner; Mosha, Frank; Todd, James; More

AIDS. 9(8):927-934, August 1995.

Sentinel surveillance for HIV-1 among pregnant women in a developing country: 3 years' experience and comparison with a population serosurvey

Kigadye, Rose-Mary; Klokke, Arnoud; Nicoll, Angus; More

AIDS. 7(6):849-856, June 1993.

Sentinel surveillance for HIV-1 infection: how representative are blood donors, outpatients with fever, anaemia, or sexually transmitted diseases, and antenatal clinic attenders...

Borgdorff, Martien; Barongo, Longin; van Jaarsveld, Ellen; More

AIDS. 7(4):567-572, April 1993.

The epidemiology of HIV-1 infection in urban areas, roadside settlements and rural villages in Mwanza Region, Tanzania

Barongo, Longin R.; Borgdorff, Martien W.; Mosha, Frank F.; More

AIDS. 6(12):1521-1528, December 1992.

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