Impact Of Incarceration: HIV Infection Risk In Black Gay Men

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Medical News Today reports that new research has found that Black, non-heterosexual males with a recent history of incarceration, arrest, or “stop and search” face a higher risk of HIV and become less willing to take pre-exposure prophylaxis.

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