Published in AIDS Weekly, July 24th, 2006
Study 1: Unprotected sexual behavior among alcohol abusing men who have sex with men may not be specifically driven by serostatus assumptions.
"Serosorting (i.e., engaging in unprotected sex with partners known to be of the same serostatus) can be a difficult process for men who have sex with men (MSM) who frequently make assumptions about their partners' serostatus.
"This process can be further complicated by a partner's dishonesty as well as other individual and contextual factors," researchers in the United States...
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