"POZ Parties": Good, Bad and Ugly (October 4, 2005)
A New York City study finds that such parties, which involve sexually active, HIV-positive men who have sex with men, reduce the spread of HIV but increase other transmission risks.
In CDC HIV/Hepatitis/STD/TB Prevention News Update, from CDC National Prevention Information Network On TheBodyPRO.com
The Use of the Internet by Gay and Bisexual Male Escorts (November 2004)
Jeffrey T. Parsons, Ph.D., discusses his recent study on this issue and the implications his findings have on efforts to prevent barebacking among HIV-infected men.
From Medical Advocates for Social Justice On TheBodyPRO.com
Prostate Massage Increases Amount of HIV in Semen (July 20, 2004)
The practice, which is sometimes used for sexual stimulation, appears to increase HIV levels in semen even if a man has an undetectable viral load.
From aidsmap.com On TheBodyPRO.com
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