Survey results published on Thursday say that gay and bisexual men do not get tested for HIV often enough. Moreover, a significant proportion of them have in fact never got tested for HIV at all.
Kaiser Family Foundation surveyed gay and bisexual men and found out that almost half of them have not informed their doctors about their sexual orientation. As a result, only 56 percent of them have ever been advised by a doctor to take an HIV test. The survey was based on a sample of 431 men from ...
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