Disclosure of HIV status to sex partners and sexual risk behaviours among HIV-positive men and women, Cape Town, South Africa.

@article{Simbayi2007DisclosureOH,
  title={Disclosure of HIV status to sex partners and sexual risk behaviours among HIV-positive men and women, Cape Town, South Africa.},
  author={L. C. Simbayi and Seth C. Kalichman and Anna Strebel and A. H. Cloete and Nomvo Henda and Ayanda Mqeketo},
  journal={Sexually transmitted infections},
  year={2007},
  volume={83 1},
  pages={29-34}
}
BACKGROUND The HIV epidemic continues to amplify in southern Africa and there is a growing need for HIV prevention interventions among people who have tested HIV positive. METHODS Anonymous surveys were completed by 413 HIV-positive men and 641 HIV-positive women sampled from HIV/AIDS services; 73% were <35 years old, 70% Black African, 70% unemployed, 75% unmarried, and 50% taking antiretroviral treatment. RESULTS Among the 903 (85%) participants who were currently sexually active, 378 (42… CONTINUE READING
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