Magic Johnson doesn't worry about how to pay for medicine: experiences of black men who have sex with men living with HIV.

@article{Han2010MagicJD,
  title={Magic Johnson doesn't worry about how to pay for medicine: experiences of black men who have sex with men living with HIV.},
  author={Chong-suk Han and Jennifer L. Lauby and Lisa Gayle Bond and Archana Bodas Lapollo and Scott Edward Rutledge},
  journal={Culture, health & sexuality},
  year={2010},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={
          387-99
        }
}
Despite high and rapidly growing incidence of HIV, little is known about the everyday lived experiences of HIV-positive black men who have sex with men. Lack of empirical knowledge about members of this group is especially problematic as HIV-positive individuals continue to live in a world of hope, fear, waiting and wondering, which can heavily influence their everyday lives. In this exploratory study, we examine the everyday lives of HIV-positive black gay, bisexual and other men who have sex… CONTINUE READING
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