March 2014
Vanguard (LA Gay & Lesbian Center);Mar2014, p14
The article offers information on Project MASCULINE, which stands for "MSM and Substances Cohort at UCLA Linking Infections Nothing Effects," a study supported by the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center which aims to protect young gay men of color in Los Angeles, California. The $7 million study is led by the University of California, Los Angeles and supported by a grant from the National Institute of Drug Abuse of the National Instituted of Health. The significance of the study is discussed.


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