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Don C. Des Jarlais, PhD, Kamyar Arasteh, PhD, Courtney McKnight, MPH, Holly Hagan, PhD, David C. Perlman, MD, and Salaam Semaan, DrPH, MPHDon C. Des Jarlais, Kamyar Arasteh, Courtney McKnight, and David C. Perlman are with Beth Israel Medical Center, Baron Edmond de Rothschild Chemical Dependency Institute, New York, NY. Holly Hagan is with New York University, School of Nursing, New York, NY. Salaam Semaan is with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA. “Associations Between Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 and HCV With HIV Among Injecting Drug Users in New York City: The Current Importance of Sexual Transmission of HIV”, American Journal of Public Health 101, no. 7 (July 1, 2011): pp. 1277-1283.

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