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Prost, Marc-André, Andreas Jahn, Sian Floyd Floyd, Hazzie Mvula, Eleneus Mwaiyeghele, Venance Mwinuka, Thomas Mhango, Amelia Crampin, Nuala McGrath, Paul Fine, and Judith. "Implication of new WHO growth standards on identification of risk factors and estimated prevalence of malnutrition in rural Malawian infants." PloS one 3, no. 7 (2008): e2684-0.
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Sambisa, William, Sian L Curtis, and Channon S Stokes. "Ethnic differences in sexual behaviour among unmarried adolescents and young adults in Zimbabwe." Journal of biosocial science 42, no. 1 (2010): 1-0.
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Birdthistle, Isolde J, Sian Floyd, Stewart Mwanasa, Auxillia Nyagadza, Edmore Gwiza, and Judith R Glynn. "Child sexual abuse and links to HIV and orphanhood in urban Zimbabwe." Journal of epidemiology and community health 65, no. 12 (2011): 1075-1082.
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Birdthistle, Isolde, Sian Floyd, Auxillia Nyagadza, Netsai Mudziwapasi, Simon Gregson, and Judith R Glynn. "Is Education the Link Between Orphanhood and HIV/HSV-2 Risk Among Female Adolescents in Urban Zimbabwe?." Social Science & Medicine 68, no. 10 (2009): 1810-1818.
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Jahn, A, S Floyd, A C Crampin, H Mvula, V Mwinuka, E Mwaiyeghele, N McGrath, B Zaba, PEM Fine, and Judith Glynn. "Declining child mortality in northern Malawi despite high rates of infection with HIV." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 88, no. 10 (2010): 746-753.
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Marston, M., E. Slaymaker, I. Cremin, S. Floyd, N. McGrath, I. Kasamba, T. Lutalo, M. Nyirenda, A. Ndyanabo, Z. Mupambireyi, and B. Zaba. "Trends in marriage and time spent single in sub-Saharan Africa: a comparative analysis of six population-based cohort studies and nine Demographic and Health Surveys." Sexually Transmitted Infections 85, no. 1 (2009): i64-i71.
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Marston, M, E Slaymaker, I Cremin, N McGrath, S Floyd, M Nyirenda, T Lutalo, A Ndyanabo, Z Mupambireyi, B Zaba, and others. "Trends and patterns in marriage and time spent single and sexually active in Sub Saharan Africa, a comparative analysis of six community based cohort studies.." BMJ Publishing Group (2009).
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