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2020 Adolescent human immunodeficiency virus self-management: associations with treatment adherence, viral suppression, sexual risk behaviours and health-related quality of life

With the advent of access to antiretroviral treatment (ART), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has become a chronic disease and self-manage...

2020 Adolescent barriers to HIV prevention research: are parental consent requirements the biggest obstacle?

One third of people newly living with HIV/AIDS are adolescents. Research on adolescent HIV prevention is critical owing to differences betwe...

2020 'It's like making your own alcohol at home': factors influencing adolescent use of over-the counter cough syrup

Adolescents are increasingly experimenting with new 'craze drugs', including over-the-counter cough medicine (OTCCM). However, there is limi...

2020 Be legally wise: when is parental consent required for adolescents' access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)?

South African adolescents (12-17 years) need an array of prevention tools to address their risk of acquiring the life-long, stigmatized cond...

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