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Sexually Transmitted Diseases:
doi: 10.1097/OLQ.0b013e3181c95dac

Prevalence and Protective Value of Serosorting and Strategic Positioning Among Black and Latino Men Who Have Sex With Men

Marks, Gary PHD*; Millett, Gregorio A. MPH*; Bingham, Trista PHD†; Lauby, Jennifer PHD‡; Murrill, Christopher S. PHD§; Stueve, Ann PHD¶

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Self-reported HIV-negative black and Latino MSM who engaged in serosorting or strategic positioning were less likely to have unrecognized HIV infection than men who engaged in unprotected anal intercourse without using these risk-reduction strategies.

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