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AIDS 2012: Health Disparities and the U.S. MSM HIV Epidemic

AIDS 2012: Health Disparities and the U.S. MSM HIV Epidemic

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Introduction

  • Kevin Fenton, United States

Trends in HIV Prevalence and HIV Testing Among Young MSM: Five United States Cities, 1994-2008

  • Alexandra Oster, United States

Equal Behaviors, Unequal Risks: The Role of Partner Transmission Potential in Racial HIV Disparities Among Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) In the U.S.

  • Eli Rosenberg, United States

An Evolving Concentrated Epidemic: Comparison of Socioeconomic, Behavioral and Biological Factors Among Newly Diagnosed, Previously Diagnosed and HIV-Uninfected Black Men Who Have Sex With Men in Six U.S. Cities

  • Kenneth Mayer, United States

Correlates of HIV incidence among black men who have sex with men in 6 U.S. cities

  • Beryl Koblin, United States

Foreign Location of Birth and Time Since Immigration Are Associated With HIV Status Among Latino MSM in the United States

  • Alexandra Oster, United States

Racial Disparities in Antiretroviral Therapy Use and Viral Suppression Among Sexually Active HIV-Infected Men Who Have Sex With Men Receiving Medical Care:  United States, Medical Monitoring Project, 2009 Data Collection Cycle

  • Linda Beer, United States

Closing Remarks

  • Darrell Wheeler, United States

Event Date

Jul 23, 2012



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