Condom Use Rates in a National Probability Sample of Males and Females Ages 14 to 94 in the United States

@article{Reece2010CondomUR,
  title={Condom Use Rates in a National Probability Sample of Males and Females Ages 14 to 94 in the United States},
  author={Michael D Reece and Debra Herbenick and Vanessa R Schick and Stephanie A. Sanders and Brian S Dodge and J. Dennis Fortenberry},
  journal={The journal of sexual medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={7 Suppl 5},
  pages={266-76}
}
INTRODUCTION Given the efficacy of latex condoms for preventing pregnancy, HIV, and most STI, their promotion remains central to global sexual health efforts. To inform the development of accurate and appropriately-targeted interventions, there is a need for contemporary condom use rates among specific populations. AIMS The purpose of this study was to establish rates of condom use among sexually active individuals in the U.S. population. METHODS Data were collected via a national… CONTINUE READING

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