Objective: To compare the experiences of ethnic minority and white British men who have sex with men (MSM) who attend National Health Service (NHS) sexual health clinics in Britain.\ud \ud Methods: In 2007-2008 a national sample of MSM living in Britain was recruited th... View more
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