Unsafe sexual behavior in homosexual men

August 1993
American Family Physician;8/1/1993, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p330
Academic Journal
Reports on an increase in unsafe sexual behavior and HIV infection in homosexual men, published in the British Medical Journal, February 13, 1993. Rise in sexually transmitted diseases; Data from genitourinary medicine clinics; Serosurveys for HIV infection and laboratory reports of isolation of sexually transmitted pathogens; Cases of rectal gonorrhea and HIV infection in homosexual men; Hepatitis B; Syphilis.


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