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STD Protection With or Without Contraception

(Released January 2002)

  by Robert Lessick  


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  1. Frequent Use of Lubricants for Anal Sex Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: The HIV Prevention Potential of a Microbicidal Gel
    American Journal of Public Health [Am. J. Public Health], vol. 90, no. 7, pp. 1117-1121, Jul 2000

  2. HIV-1 Seroprevalence, Risk Factors, and Preventive Behaviors Among Women in Northern Thailand
    JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes [Jaids J. Acquired Immune Defic. Syndromes], vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 353-359, Dec 2000

  3. Drug-involved women as potential users of vaginal microbicides for HIV and STD prevention: a three-city survey.
    J Womens Health Gend Based Med, 2000 Dec, 9(10):1071-80

  4. Acceptability research on female-controlled barrier methods to prevent heterosexual transmission of HIV: Where have we been? Where are we going?
    Journal of women's health & gender-based medicine., 2001 Mar, 10(2):163-73

  5. Preferences about the characteristics of future HIV prevention products among men who have sex with men
    AIDS Education and Prevention [AIDS Educ. Prev.], vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 149-159, Apr 2001

  6. Women at risk for HIV from a primary partner: balancing risk and intimacy
    Annual Review of Sex Research; 11 2000, p.191-234

  7. Men's Attitudes towards a Potential Vaginal Microbicide in Zimbabwe, Mexico and the USA
    Reproductive Health Matters, 2000, 8, 15, May, 132-141

  8. Use of Female Controlled Microbicidal Products for HIV Risk Reduction
    AIDS Care, 2000, 12, 5, Oct, 581-588

  9. Women's attitudes to condoms and female-controlled means of protection against HIV and STDs in South-Western Uganda
    AIDS Care [AIDS Care], vol. 11, no. 6, pp. 687-698, Dec 1999

  10. HIV prevention: the need for methods women can use
    American Journal of Public Health; 80 (Apr 90) p.460-2