Transmen in San Francisco: What do We Know from HIV Test Site Data?

@article{Chen2010TransmenIS,
  title={Transmen in San Francisco: What do We Know from HIV Test Site Data?},
  author={Shipeng Chen and Willi McFarland and Hale M. Thompson and Henry Fisher Raymond},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={659-662}
}
The HIV epidemic has disproportionately affected marginalized populations. Societal marginalization contributes to the lack of appropriate prevention programs focusing on these populations, which in turn may contribute to ongoing HIV transmission. Transmen (female-to-male transgender persons) may also be a marginalized population at risk for HIV infection. Unfortunately, few studies that focus on transmen have been conducted. We considered the available existing data sources that may include… CONTINUE READING

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