Document Type

Preprint

Publication Date

5-7-2020

First page number:

1

Abstract

Roughly forty years since the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) continue to be the population most at risk of, and most affected by, HIV/AIDS in Canada, the United States, and innumerable low to high income countries worldwide. Despite this, many MSM remain HIV-negative today, and among MSM living with HIV, many have not only survived the clinical and social impacts of HIV/AIDS, but have also thrived, lived full lives, and fiercely advocated for their health care and social service needs.

Disciplines

Psychology

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pdf

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1.012 KB

Language

English

Comments

Community Partners:

Tammy C. Yates

Community Advisory Board Members:

Gerry Banks; Garfield Durrant; Kate Hazell; Celeste Joseph; Ranjith Kulatilake

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