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Published on 15.06.16 in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Attitudes to and Understanding of Risk of Acquisition of HIV Over Time: Design and Methods for an Internet-based Prospective Cohort Study Among UK Men Who Have Sex With Men (the AURAH2 Study)"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5582):

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  1. Cortopassi AC, Driver R, Eaton LA, Kalichman SC. A New Era of HIV Risk: It's Not What You Know, It's Who You Know (and How Infectious). Annual Review of Psychology 2019;70(1):673
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  2. Sewell J, Cambiano V, Speakman A, Lampe FC, Phillips A, Stuart D, Gilson R, Asboe D, Nwokolo N, Clarke A, Rodger AJ. Changes in chemsex and sexual behaviour over time, among a cohort of MSM in London and Brighton: Findings from the AURAH2 study. International Journal of Drug Policy 2019;68:54
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  3. Sewell J, Cambiano V, Miltz A, Speakman A, Lampe FC, Phillips A, Stuart D, Gilson R, Asboe D, Nwokolo N, Clarke A, Hart G, Rodger A. Changes in recreational drug use, drug use associated with chemsex, and HIV-related behaviours, among HIV-negative men who have sex with men in London and Brighton, 2013–2016. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2018;94(7):494
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  4. Dennin RH. Current HIV Prevention Policies Are Jeopardizing the “End of AIDS” Project: Realities Counteract Liberal Visions. World Journal of AIDS 2017;07(02):138
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