Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, July 11th, 2000
Ninety percent of those interviewed in the 1997-98 study said they changed their sexual behavior after learning they were infected. Among them, 60% said they used condoms more often, about half had sex less frequently, and more than a third stopped having sex altogether.
The study by the CDC involved 180 people in Alabama, New Jersey, and Tennessee.
The CDC said the results show the importance of setting up more HIV testing...
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