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A Canadian survey of men who have sex with men also found that PrEP users were less likely to have sex with non-PrEP users.
One percent of gay and bi men in a Dutch PrEP study contracted hepatitis C annually; of those cured, one in four were reinfected per year.
A new analysis predicts how various measures to prevent HIV transmission may affect men who have sex with men.
HIV advocate and “Project Runway”’s first openly HIV-positive contestant, Jack Mackenroth talks about stigma, relationships and Scruff.
More are relying on serosorting and antiretroviral treatment as prevention for HIV risk reduction.
HIV risk may depend upon far more than just condoms and the number of sexual partners.
Condom use rates have apparently declined among gay and bi men over the past decade, irrespective of serosorting or use of HIV treatment.
A study of Australian gay and bisexual men illustrates how men are using multiple behavioral methods to reduce HIV risk, underlining the fact...
This silent epidemic has largely traveled under the radar, seriously endangering the health of HIV-positive gay men and raising the question o...
About 40 percent of HIV-negative gay men restrict their sexual partners to those they perceive to share their serostatus in an attempt to prev...
Between 2005 and 2011, the rate of gay and bisexual men reporting unprotected anal intercourse in the past year increased 20 percent.
Can barebacking be safer sex?
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV infection does not appear to increase overall sexual risk-taking among HIV-negative gay men.
Is picking sex partners of same HIV status the safe way to condomless pleasure or is it risky self-segregation?
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