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This report presents data on participation in online or offline prevention activities among a sample of New York City men who have sex with men (MSM) recruited online between April–August of 2007 who use the Internet to meet sex partners. The analysis focuses on the 1,124 men who reported sex with a main or casual partner in the past 12 months. Over half(More)
Timely linkage to HIV medical care has the potential to improve individual health outcomes and prevent secondary HIV transmission. Recent research found that estimates of delayed care entry varied by study design, with higher estimates among studies using only HIV case surveillance data. In this analysis, we compared the prevalence and risk factors for care(More)
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