Risky sex in rural America: longitudinal changes in a community-based cohort of methamphetamine and cocaine users.

@article{Borders2013RiskySI,
  title={Risky sex in rural America: longitudinal changes in a community-based cohort of methamphetamine and cocaine users.},
  author={T. Borders and K. Stewart and P. Wright and C. Leukefeld and R. Falck and R. Carlson and B. Booth},
  journal={The American journal on addictions},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={
          535-42
        }
}
  • T. Borders, K. Stewart, +4 authors B. Booth
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • The American journal on addictions
  • BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES This study examined the longitudinal associations between stimulant use and sexual behaviors. METHODS Data are from a 3-year community-based study of 710 rural stimulant users. Past 30-day crack cocaine, powder cocaine, and methamphetamine use and sexual behaviors (any sex, inconsistent condom use, and multiple sexual partners) were assessed through in-person interviews every 6 months. RESULTS GEE analyses revealed that the odds of having sex remained steady over… CONTINUE READING
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