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Population size estimation of female sex workers in Iran: Synthesis of methods and results

Conceptualization: Hamid Sharifi, Mohammad Karamouzian, Mohammad Reza Baneshi, Mostafa Shokoohi, AliAkbar Haghdoost, Willi McFarland, Ali Mirzazadeh. Data curation: Hamid Sharifi, Mohammad Reza Baneshi. Formal ... analysis: Hamid Sharifi, Mohammad Reza Baneshi, Ali Mirzazadeh. Funding acquisition: AliAkbar Haghdoost, Ali Mirzazadeh. Investigation: Hamid Sharifi, Mostafa Shokoohi, AliAkbar Haghdoost, Ali Mirzazadeh

Cancer Visibility among Iranian Familial Networks: To What Extent Can We Rely on Family History Reports?

Objective Patients’ unawareness of their cancer diagnosis (PUAW) and their tendency for non-disclosure (TTND) to relatives leads to a lack of cancer visibility among familial networks. Lack of familial cancer visibility could affect the accuracy of family cancer history (FCH) reports. In this study, we investigated familial cancer visibility and its potential determinants...

Network Scale-Up Correction Factors for Population Size Estimation of People Who Inject Drugs and Female Sex Workers in Iran

Introduction The results of the network scale-up (NSU) method in estimating the size of key populations for HIV might be biased if the recruited subjects are not fully informed of the risky behaviors of people in their networks (low visibility), or key populations have a smaller social network (low popularity). We aimed to measure such biases in the size estimation of people who...