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Individualized risk assessments during HIV testing are an integral component of prevention counseling, a currently recommended behavioral intervention for patients in high-risk settings. Additionally, aggregate risk assessment data are the source of aggregate behavioral statistics that inform...
Childhood sexual abuse is prevalent among people living with HIV, and the experience of shame is a common consequence of childhood sexual abuse and HIV infection. This study examined the role of shame in health-related quality of life among HIV-positive adults who have experienced childhood...
Sexual compulsivity has been associated with higher frequencies of sexual behaviors that may increase risk for transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STI). In a rural midwestern region where social and community resources for the sexual health of men who have sex with men...
Obesity is now a common problem among HIV-infected patients receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). Gastric bypass surgery may be an option for some patients who have failed diet and therapeutic lifestyle changes, changes in ART or other treatment modalities for HIV/ART-related lipohypertrophy...
Knowing one's HIV status is particularly important in the setting of recent tuberculosis (TB) exposure. Blood tests for assessment of tuberculosis infection, such as the QuantiFERON Gold in-tube test (QFT; Cellestis Limited, Carnegie, Victoria, Australia), offer the possibility of simultaneous...
The increased risk of anal cancer among individuals living with HIV suggests that anal health (e.g., anal symptoms, anal practices, examination of the anus) should be an issue of priority for HIV care providers to discuss with their HIV-infected patients. We investigated the prevalence of...
Recent data suggest that the prevalence of HIV/syphilis infections among men who have sex with men (MSM) in China increased rapidly. This cohort study was to assess the correlates of the incident infections for HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis B virus (HBV) among sexually active and HIV–negative...
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