Behavioral and biologic evidence of persistent high-risk behavior in an HIV primary care population.

@article{Erbelding2000BehavioralAB,
  title={Behavioral and biologic evidence of persistent high-risk behavior in an HIV primary care population.},
  author={Emily J. Erbelding and David Stanton and Thomas C Quinn and Anne Rompalo},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2000},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={297-301}
}
OBJECTIVE To define the prevalence of gonorrhea, chlamydial infection, and high-risk sexual behavior in an HIV primary care clinic. DESIGN Subjects enrolling in this cross-sectional study answered a brief interviewer-administered questionnaire and provided a urine sample for gonorrhea and chlamydia testing. SETTING A large urban HIV primary care clinic… CONTINUE READING