Young gay men: capable, resilient and resourceful

Gray, James; Munro, Thomas; Yates, Michael
March 2013
HIV Australia;2013, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the demography of the age distribution of the HIV epidemic in New South Wales. It reports that highest level of HIV was diagnosed in the gay men of 20-29 years of age range in the year 2011. It mentions about the health promotion approaches of the Young Gay Men's Project at ACON Laboratories Inc. It states that the project focuses on the health and wellbeing of gay men of age 66 years. It also discusses the targets of HIV Strategy 2012-2015 of New South Wales (NSW).


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