AIDS and Behavior
(ISSN: 1090-7165, 1573-3254)
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Articles Available on Medscape
- The Difference in Self-reported and Biological Measured HIV Prevalence
- The Efficacy of an HIV Risk Reduction Intervention for Hispanic Women
- Behaviour Change Counselling for ARV Adherence Support Within Primary Health Care Facilities in South Africa
- Preventing Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Among Sexual Assault Survivors in Cape Town, South Africa
- HIV Risk and Substance Use in Men Who Have Sex with Men Surveyed in Bathhouses, Bars/Clubs, and on Craigslist.org
- The Role of Alcohol and Substance Use in Risky Sexual Behavior Among Older Men Who Have Sex With Men
- The Association of Intimate Partner Violence, Recreational Drug Use With HIV Seroprevalence Among MSM
- Quality of Life Among Individuals with HIV Starting Antiretroviral Therapy in Diverse Resource-limited Areas of the World
- Using Social Networks to Reach Black MSM for HIV Testing and Linkage to Care
- 'Never Testing for HIV' Among Men Who Have Sex With Men Recruited From a Sexual Networking Website, United States
- HIV Testing, Gay Community Involvement and Internet USE
- Are Peer Interventions for HIV Efficacious?
- Efficacy of Structural-Level Condom Distribution Interventions
- Persons Newly Diagnosed with HIV Infection are at High Risk for Depression and Poor Linkage to Care
- Do Social Support, Stress, Disclosure and Stigma Influence Retention in HIV Care for Latino and African American Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women?
- The Role of a Microfinance Program on HIV Risk Behavior Among Haitian Women
- Group Motivational Interviewing to Promote Adherence to Antiretroviral Medications and Risk Reduction Behaviors in HIV Infected Women
- Linkage to HIV Care and Survival Following Inpatient HIV Counseling and Testing
- Factors Associated With Refusal of Rapid HIV Testing in an Emergency Department
- Adolescent Experiences of Discrimination, Harassment, Connectedness to Community and Comfort With Sexual Orientation Reported by Adult Men Who Have Sex With Men as a Predictor of Adult HIV Status