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									    Health Service Research in Sub-Saharan Africa
Andreea Seicean, Connie Liu, Sinziana Seicean MD MPH, Joseph
Babigumira MD MS, Juliet Sekandi MD MS, Paul Barton, Rachel Pope MPH,
Neil Nixdorff MPH, Achilles Katamba MD, Allan Chiunda MPH, Imelda
Hamagembe MD, Lakisha Miller, Melissa Latigo, Ilya Litvak, Duncan
Neuhauser PhD
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve
University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, USA

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