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2009 Issue №11

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Experience of Physical Education Methods Application to Medical and Social Support of People Living with HIV

DOI
10.5922/2223-2095-2009-11-19
Pages
106-109

Abstract

The article analyses the appropriateness and efficiency of physical training by medical and social support of people living with HIV. The author presents the results of research conducted in Russia, the USA, and Canada.

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