Xiangdong Min

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The HIV epidemics in some areas of Yunnan Province, southwestern China, are close to becoming generalized, demanding the need for a better understanding of sexually transmitted disease (STD) and heterosexual HIV risk. While female heterosexual risk is captured by sentinel surveillance, less is known about clients of commercial sex workers and other subsets(More)
OBJECTIVES To investigate the incidence of syphilis infection and to determine the risk factors related to syphilis infection among young men who had sex with men (YMSM), which were documented for developing effective intervention to prevent sexually transmitted diseases among YMSM. METHODS A cohort study was conducted in 8 cities (Beijing, Shanghai,(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess HIV incidence and its associated risk factors among young men who have sex with men (YMSM) in urban areas, China. DESIGN The study used a prospective cohort study design and standard diagnostic tests. METHODS A twelve-month prospective cohort study was conducted among YMSM (18-25 years old) in 8 large cities in China. The(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the impacts of antiretroviral treatment on drug use and high risk sexual behaviors among HIV-positive MMT clients. METHODS A cross-sectional study was conducted in patients undergoing ART (ART-experienced) and patients not undergoing ART (ART-naive) attending MMT in 5 clinics in Yunnan Honghe and Dehong prefectures in 2014. A(More)
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