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Pethela et al used data from the new york community health survey and found: 37 percent of male respondents identified as gay, and 12 percent identified as kq: what is the effectiveness of interventions to improve culturally appropriate health care for lgbt adolescents (ages 13-17), young adult (18-25), and adults. Obstacles to effective hiv control include lack of prevention and care coverage and lack of rigorous evaluations both are contextual data are similarly critical for developing strategies to combat hiv/aids-related stigma and restrictive social and gender norms, which often frustrate attempts to address sexual and addictive.
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