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Increases in Unsafe Sex and Rectal Gonorrhea Among Men Who Have Sex With Men -- San Francisco, CA, 1994-1997

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, Office of the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Series
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This journal discusses a range of issues related to STDs and HIV/AIDS. It analyzes a study that shows an increase in unprotected sex and rectal gonorrhea among gay men in San Francisco, CA. It provides statistical data from this study and discusses data collection methodology. The serial examines another study used to determine the frequency with which people get tested or are willing to be tested for HIV, and analyzes the results.
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Year of Publication
1999
Series
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
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24 p.: b&w, graphs, maps, tables, refs.

Last Updated Date: 

4/25/14

Publication ID: 

22508