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This article looks at the ‘premature’ closure of trials of anti retoviral medicines for prevention due to communities recognising that the trials were unethical. It recommends how researchers can avoid such problems in the future. An article by Pyett, P in Research for Sex Work, 1998, 1:11-13. One of the ethical guidelines for sex work research is involving sex workers in all aspects of the research process. Priscilla Pyett of La Trobe University, Australia, describes such a collaborative research programme. (adapted from author) An article by Wahab, S. and Sloan, L in Research for Sex Work June 2004: 3-4. GPP

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GPP Partner Programmatic Report for the AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition (AVAC). A literature review produced by Matt Greenall. The survey has was conducted by the Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee (DMSC), a forum representing the interest of more than 60,000 sex workers of West Bengal, India. Sex workers, who had a past history of marriage, were considered for the study. A predetermined sample of 200 was found to be sufficient for this study, based on the existing research data on the incidence of violence in the domestic settings. This paper documents action research and discussions on trafficking by Durbar, a network of

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