AbstractHIV infection is one of the leading cause of death in India. Surveillance of risky behaviors as well as of HIV infection and its manifest diseases has provided a better understanding of the complex nature of the HIV epidemic in India, identifying multiple sub-epidemics unfolding at different rates in different populations. However, there is a scarcity of studies in Indian context which evaluates various surveillance activities in context of India. Present study aimed to analyze the HIV surveillance activities carried out in India till today.
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