Changes in Prevalence of HIV Infection and Sexual Risk Behavior in Men Who Have Sex With Men in San Francisco: 1997-2002
February 15, 2008
The authors assessed differences in sexual risk behavior and HIV prevalence among San Francisco men who have sex with men (MSM) between 1997 and 2002. They used two population-based random-digit-dial telephone surveys of MSM households in 1997 (n=915) and 2002 (n=879).
American Journal of Public Health
09.2007; Vol. 97; No. 9: P. 1677-1683; Dennis H. Osmond, Ph.D.; Lance M. Pollack, Ph.D.; Jay P. Paul, Ph.D.; Joseph A. Catania, Ph.D.
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