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Anticipated HIV Stigma Among HIV Negative Men who have Sex with Men in China: A Cross-Sectional Study


Transplantation or Rurality? Migration and HIV Risk among Chinese Men who have Sex with Men in the Urban Areas. Journal of International AIDS Society. 21(1):e25039.  [Full text

“Migrant” is a multi-layer category. The widely used local/migrant categorization obscures important differences in HIV risk present between urban/rural subgroups among them; Previous studies of HIV risks in Chinese “migrant” may have failed to consider the role of structural factors such as discrimination or barriers to healthcare when interpreting their findings of higher HIV prevalence in this population.

Receiving HIV Serostatus Disclosure from Partners Before Sex: Results from an Online Survey of Chinese Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Individuals. AIDS & Behavior. (online first) [Full text]

Sex tourism among Chinese Men who have Sex with Men: A Cross-Sectional Observational Study. BMC Public Health. 18:306  [Full text]

Out of the Closet, Into the Clinic: Opportunities for Expanding MSM-Competent Services in ChinaSexual Transmitted Diseases. 45(8): 527–533. [Full text].


Community Engagement in Sexual Health and Uptake of HIV Testing and Syphilis Testing among MSM in China: A Cross-sectional Online SurveyJournal of the International AIDS Society. 20(1):21372. [Full text]

Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medical Cures for HIV: Rationale and Implications for HIV Cure ResearchGlobal Public Health. 2017. [Full text]

Disclosure of Sexual Orientation to Health Professionals in China: Results from an Online Cross-Sectional StudyJournal of the International AIDS Society, 20(1), 21416. [Full text]


Physician Perceptions of HIV Cure in China: A Mixed Methods Review and Implications for HIV Cure ResearchAsian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease5(9), 687-690. [Full text]

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