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This is a the bibliography for the book “The Wisdom of Whores”. It is arranged alphabetically by first cited author. We’ve done as much as we can to provide links to full text (though some papers come from a pre-electronic age). Most are in PDF formats. If you are concerned about copyright, let us know, and we’ll remove your paper and refer readers to you for the full text version. If you know of a resource not listed here, please let us know via the Contact page.

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Attaran, A. and J. Sachs (2001). “Defining and refining international donor support for combating the AIDS pandemic.” (.pdf 88k) Lancet 357(9249): 57-61.

Auvert, B., A. Buve, B. Ferry, et al. (2001a). “Ecological and individual level analysis of risk factors for HIV infection in four urban populations in sub-Saharan Africa with different levels of HIV infection.” Aids 15 Suppl 4: S15-30. (.pdf)

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Auvert, B., D. Taljaard, E. Lagarde, et al. (2005). “Randomized, controlled intervention trial of male circumcision for reduction of HIV infection risk: the ANRS 1265 Trial.” PLoS Med 2(11): e298.


Bailey, R. C., S. Moses, C. B. Parker, et al. (2007). “Male circumcision for HIV prevention in young men in Kisumu, Kenya: a randomised controlled trial.” Lancet 369(9562): 643-56.

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Bastos, F. I. and S. A. Strathdee (2000). “Evaluating effectiveness of syringe exchange programmes: current issues and future prospects.” Soc Sci Med 51(12): 1771-82.

Beyrer, C., J. Jittiwutikarn, W. Teokul, et al. (2003). “Drug use, increasing incarceration rates, and prison-associated HIV risks in Thailand.” AIDS Behav 7(2): 153-61.

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Blower, S. M., H. B. Gershengorn and R. M. Grant (2000). “A tale of two futures: HIV and antiretroviral therapy in San Francisco.” Science 287(5453): 650-4. (.pdf)

Bluthenthal, R. N., A. H. Kral, L. Gee, et al. (2000). “The effect of syringe exchange use on high-risk injection drug users: a cohort study.” Aids 14(5): 605-11. (.pdf)

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Bruckner, H., A. Martin and P. S. Bearman (2004). “Ambivalence and pregnancy: adolescents’ attitudes, contraceptive use and pregnancy.” Perspect Sex Reprod Health 36(6): 248-57.

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Buavirat, A., K. Page-Shafer, G. J. van Griensven, et al. (2003). “Risk of prevalent HIV infection associated with incarceration among injecting drug users in Bangkok, Thailand: case-control study.” Bmj 326(7384): 308.

Buchacz, K., P. Patel, M. Taylor, et al. (2004). “Syphilis increases HIV viral load and decreases CD4 cell counts in HIV-infected patients with new syphilis infections.” Aids 18(15): 2075-9.

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Dolan, K., S. Rutter and A. D. Wodak (2003a). “Prison-based syringe exchange programmes: a review of international research and development.” Addiction 98(2): 153-8.

Dolan, K. A., J. Shearer, M. MacDonald, et al. (2003b). “A randomised controlled trial of methadone maintenance treatment versus wait list control in an Australian prison system.” Drug Alcohol Depend 72(1): 59-65.

Dolan, K. A., J. Shearer, B. White, et al. (2005). “Four-year follow-up of imprisoned male heroin users and methadone treatment: mortality, re-incarceration and hepatitis C infection.” Addiction 100(6): 820-8.

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Dublin, S., P. S. Rosenberg and J. J. Goedert (1992). “Patterns and predictors of high-risk sexual behavior in female partners of HIV-infected men with hemophilia.” Aids 6(5): 475-82.

Dukers, N. H., J. Spaargaren, R. B. Geskus, et al. (2002). “HIV incidence on the increase among homosexual men attending an Amsterdam sexually transmitted disease clinic: using a novel approach for detecting recent infections.” Aids 16(10): F19-24.


Elford, J., G. Bolding and L. Sherr (2002). “High-risk sexual behaviour increases among London gay men between 1998 and 2001: what is the role of HIV optimism?” Aids 16(11): 1537-44.

Elford, J., S. Leaity, F. Lampe, et al. (2001). “Incidence of HIV infection among gay men in a London HIV testing clinic, 1997-1998.” AIDS 15(5): 650-653.

Elmendorf, E., E. R. Jensen and E. Pisani (2004). Evaluation of World Bank Assistance In Responding to the AIDS Epidemic: Indonesia Case Study. (.pdf) Washington DC, World Bank.

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Family Health International (2000). Behavioral surveillance surveys (BSS): guidelines for repeated behavioral surveys in populations at risk of HIV. Arlington VA, Family Health International: 358.

Family Health International (2002). Estimating the Size of Populations at Risk for HIV: Issues and Methods, A joint UNAIDS/IMPACT/FHI workshop: Report and Conclusions: 71. (.pdf)

Family Health International (2006). First things first: Guidelines on management and coding of behavioural surveillance data. Bangkok, Family Health International.

Fleming, D. T. and J. N. Wasserheit (1999). “From epidemiological synergy to public health policy and practice: The contribution of other sexually transmitted diseases to sexual transmission of HIV infection.” Sexually Transmitted Infections 75(3): 3-17.

Food and Agriculture Organization (2005). Impact of HIV/AIDS on fishing communities: Policies to Support Livelihoods, Rural Development and Public Health. Rome, FAO.

Frischer, M., S. T. Green, D. J. Goldberg, et al. (1992). “Estimates of HIV infection among injecting drug users in Glasgow, 1985-1990.” Aids 6(11): 1371-5.


Galvin, S. R. and M. S. Cohen (2004). “The role of sexually transmitted diseases in HIV transmission.” Nat Rev Microbiol 2(1): 33-42.

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Gray, R. H., G. Kigozi, D. Serwadda, et al. (2007). “Male circumcision for HIV prevention in men in Rakai, Uganda: a randomised trial.” Lancet 369(9562): 657-66.

Gray, R. H., M. J. Wawer, R. Brookmeyer, et al. (2001). “Probability of HIV-1 transmission per coital act in monogamous, heterosexual, HIV-1-discordant couples in Rakai, Uganda.” Lancet 357(9263): 1149-53.

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