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Table 2 HIV Prevention Cost-effectiveness studies, 2005 - 2008

From: HIV prevention cost-effectiveness: a systematic review

INTERVENTION # of studies REFERENCES
Behavior Change
• Voluntary counseling and testing 3 Hausler, Sinanovic et al 2006; Hogan, Baltussen et al. 2005; John et al 2008 [2022].
• Treatment for addictions 1 Vickerman, Kumaranayake et al. 2006 [23].
• School-based interventions 1 Hogan, Baltussen et al. 2005 [21].
Biomedical Interventions
• Antiretroviral therapy 1 Over, Marseille et al. 2006 [24].
• Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission 5 Hogan, Baltussen et al. 2005; Reynolds, Janowitz et al. 2006; Soorapanth, Sansom et al. 2006; Maclean and Stringer 2005; Teerawattananon, Vos et al. 2005; [21, 2528].
• Treating STIs 5 Hogan, Baltussen et al. 2005; Vickerman, P., F. Terris-Prestholt, et al. 2006; Price, Stewart et al. 2006; Oster 2005; White, Orroth et al. 2008 [21, 2932]
• Male Circumcision 5 Kahn, Marseille and Auvert 2006; Gray, Li et al 2007; Martin, Bollinger et al. 2007a; Martin, Bollinger et al. 2007b; White et al 2008 [3337].
• Female Condom 1 Dowdy, Sweat et al. 2006 [38, 39].
Structural/Environmental Interventions
• 100% Condom 1 Sweat, Kerrigan et al. 2006 [38, 39].
• Women empowerment/Social/Peer-based programs/mass media 2 Hogan, Baltussen et al. 2005; Fung, Guinness et al. 2007 [21, 40].