Gender-based violence and HIV sexual risk behavior: Alcohol use and mental health problems as mediators among women in drinking venues, Cape Town
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KeywordsSouth Africa; Gender-based violence; HIV; HIV risk; Sexual risk; Alcohol use; Mental health; Mediation; Women;
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