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behavior. With rigorous empirical evidence and a better understanding of behavior in Africa,
policies may be more accurately and effectively designed to reduce the spread of HIV.
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There may also be scope for offering subsidies or incentives for other positive health behavior, such as remaining
HIV negative, adhering to antiretroviral therapy, getting circumcised, attending prenatal clinics, or being tested and
treated for other sexually transmitted diseases (Oster 2005).
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