Published in AIDS Weekly, September 13th, 1999
A study presented at the U.S. National HIV Prevention Conference showed gay men were less likely to use condoms or abstain from anal sex if they felt confident that AIDS drugs could prolong their lives or even prevent infections.
"Clearly many Americans equate improved treatments with a cure, which they are not," said Dr. Ronald Valdiserri, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
There has been mounting evidence in the late 1990s of increases in risky sexual...
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