An overview of the relative risks of different sexual behaviours on HIV transmission

@article{Dosekun2010AnOO,
  title={An overview of the relative risks of different sexual behaviours on HIV transmission},
  author={O. Dosekun and J. Fox},
  journal={Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS},
  year={2010},
  volume={5},
  pages={291–297}
}
Purpose of reviewSexual intercourse represents the majority of HIV transmission and is preventable. Overall, the risk of HIV transmission following a single sexual exposure is low especially in comparison with other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), with estimates of the average probability of male-to-female HIV transmission only 0.0005–0.0026 per coital act. The risk of acquiring HIV from a single contact varies enormously and is dependant upon the infectiousness of the HIV-positive… Expand
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