Partnership Concurrency and Coital Frequency

@article{Gaydosh2013PartnershipCA,
  title={Partnership Concurrency and Coital Frequency},
  author={Lauren Gaydosh and Georges Reniers and St{\'e}phane Helleringer},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={2376-2386}
}
National HIV prevalence estimates across sub-Saharan Africa range from less than 1 percent to over 25 percent. Recent research proposes several explanations for the observed variation, including prevalence of male circumcision, levels of condom use, presence of other sexually transmitted infections, and practice of multiple concurrent partnerships. However, the importance of partnership concurrency for HIV transmission may depend on how it affects coital frequency with each partner. The coital… CONTINUE READING

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