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Members of key populations, regardless of whether or not they are living with HIV, should be able to experience full, pleasurable sexual lives and have access to a range of reproductive options. Women from key populations should enjoy the same reproductive health rights as all other women; it is important that they have access to family planning and other reproductive health services, including reproductive tract cancer prevention, screening and treatment. For many women from key populations, their main concerns often are not just HIV and STIs, but also other reproductive health issues. Health-care providers, however, often overlook the sexual and reproductive health of people living with HIV.