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Care seeking behaviour and barriers to accessing services for sexually transmitted infections among female sex workers in Laos: a cross-sectional study

Ketkesone Phrasisombath*, Sarah Thomsen, Vanphanom Sychareun and Elisabeth Faxelid

BMC Health Services Research 2012, 12:37  doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-37

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There are some typographical errors in table 5

ketkesone Phrasisombath   (2012-03-27 12:39)  University of Health Sciences, Laos email

There are some typographical errors in table 5 and the corrections should be as follows:

Main source of information among those who had or had not sought treatment for RTI/STI

Yes (sought)
Boyfriends n=13 (5.5%)
TV n=2 (0.8%)

No (had not sought)
HCP during the visit n=11 (9.6%)
Boyfriends n=5 (4.3%)
TV n=5 (4.3%)
Radio n=1 (0.9%)

Competing interests

I declare that I have no conflict of interest.

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