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      Varga, CA, Brookes HJ (2008) Preventing Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Among South African Adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Research, vol 23 (2):172-205

      Varga, CA, Brookes HJ (2008) Factors Influencing Teen Mothers’ Enrollment and Participation in Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Services in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Qualitative Health Research, vol. 18(6):786-803

      Varga, C.A., Sherman, G.G., Jones, S.A. (2006) HIV-disclosure in the context of vertical transmission: HIV-positive mothers in Johannesburg, South Africa. AIDS Care, November 2006; 18(8): 952-960.

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      Jones, S.A., Sherman, G.G., Varga C.A. (2005) Exploring socio-economic conditions and poor follow-up rates of HIV-exposed infants in Johannesburg, South Africa. AIDS Care, May 2005; 17(4): 466-470.

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      Varga C.A. et al. (2005) Psychosocial consequences of early diagnosis of HIV status in vertically exposed infants in Johannesburg, South Africa. Health Care for Women International 26(5):387-397.

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      Minwalla O, Rosser S.B.R., Feldman J, Varga C. (2005) Identity experience among progressive gay Muslims in North America: A qualitative study within Al-Fatiha. Culture, Health & Sexuality; 7(2): 113–128

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      Varga, C.A (2003) How gender roles influence sexual and reproductive health among South African adolescents. Studies in Family Planning.

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      Varga C.A., Zosa-Feranil, I. (2003) Adolescent Reproductive Health in the Phillipines: Status, Policies, Programs, and Issues. Policy Project.

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      Varga, C.A (2002) Pregnancy termination amongst South African adolescents. Studies in Family Planning.

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      Varga C.A. (2001) Coping with HIV/AIDS in Durban's commercial sex industry. AIDS Care, Vol 13, No 3, pp. 351-365 .

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      Varga C.A. (2001) The Forgotten Fifty Percent: A Review of Sexual and Reproductive Health Research and Programs Focused on Boys and Young Men in Sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of Reproductive Health.

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      Varga, C.A. (2000) Young People and HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Is there Room for Behavior Change? Development Bulletin 52:67-70. June 2000.

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      Varga, C.A. (2000) Condom dilemmas: dynamics of protected sex in high risk groups in South Africa. In Towards the Containment of the AIDS Epidemic: Social and Behavioural Research. J.C. Caldwell et al. (eds.) Health Transition Centre, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University, Canberra.

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      Varga C.A. (1999) South African young people's sexual dynamics: implications for behavioural responses to HIV/AIDS. In Resistances to Behavioural Change to Reduce HIV/AIDS Infection in Predominantly Heterosexual Epidemics in Third World Countries. J.C. Caldwell et al. (eds). Pp. 13-34. Health Transition Centre, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University, Canberra.

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      Varga C.A. (1997) The condom conundrum: barriers to condom use among commercial sex workers in Durban, South Africa. African Journal of Reproductive Health 1(1):74-88.

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      Varga C.A. (1997) Sexual decision-making and negotiation in the midst of AIDS: youth in KwaZulu/Natal, South Africa. Health Transition Review, Vol 7 (Suppl 3): 45-67.

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      Varga C.A. & D.J.H. Veale (1997) Isihlambezo: utilization patterns and potential health effects of pregnancy-related traditional herbal medicine. Social Science & Medicine, 44(7):911-924.

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