Published in AIDS Weekly, August 14th, 2006
In a recently published report, investigators in Belgium conducted a study to "estimate the proportion of the male population that reports having paid for sex in different regions.
"Clients of sex workers were identified from representative samples of men asked in face-to-face interviews whether they had had sex in exchange for money or whether they had paid for sex, in the last 12 months. A total of 78 national household surveys and nine city based surveys were selected for inclusion."
"Where such surveys were not available, results of...
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