Published in AIDS Weekly, November 29th, 2004
According to recent research from Australia, "the objective of the research was to determine the demographic, sexual and social risk factors associated with condom use in 7089 multi-partnered men attending the Sydney Sexual Health Center. A review of computerized medical records from 1991 to 1999 was carried out. Males with two or more partners in the last three months were divided into three condom use groups: consistent, sometimes and never."
"Men reporting sex with men (MSM) were more likely to use condoms than men having sex with only women (p=0.001). HIV positive men were more...
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