The major goal of this project was to conduct a randomized clinical trial of a six session group behavioral intervention aimed at reducing unsafe sex with HIV negative and serostatus unknown partners among HIV+ gay/bisexual men. The intervention was derived from information obtained via Project SUMS.
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