Diminishing Perceived Threat of AIDS and Increasing Sexual Risks of HIV Among Men Who Have Sex with Men, 1997–2015

@article{Kalichman2017DiminishingPT,
  title={Diminishing Perceived Threat of AIDS and Increasing Sexual Risks of HIV Among Men Who Have Sex with Men, 1997–2015},
  author={Seth C Kalichman and Devon Michelle Price and Lisa A. Eaton and Kaylee E. Burnham and Matthew Edward Sullivan and Stephanie Finneran and Talea Cornelius and Aerielle M. Allen},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={2017},
  volume={46},
  pages={895-902}
}
Community-wide awareness that antiretroviral therapies (ART) provides protection against HIV has the potential to increase perceived safety and thereby increase condomless anal sex among men who have sex with men (MSM). Furthermore, reductions in condom use can increase exposure to sexually transmitted infections, which in turn can reduce the protective effects of ART on HIV transmission. The current study extends previous community-based behavioral surveillance research on beliefs regarding… CONTINUE READING
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