HIV and rape: Survivors need long term care and support

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A new study by the SA Medical Research Council shows that HIV-negative women rape survivors are up to 60% more likely to contract HIV – up to two years after the violation
A new study by the SA Medical Research Council shows that HIV-negative women rape survivors are up to 60% more likely to contract HIV – up to two years after the violation
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Well, for women rape survivors in this country, this is the reality because this is a real risk they live with for up to two years after the rape incident.

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