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Resilience to the Clinical and Social Impacts and Risk of HIV/AIDS: Perspectives of Middle-Aged and Older Men Who Have Sex with Men: Executive Summary

The Executive Summary from the study: Resilience to the Clinical and Social Impacts and Risk of HIV/AIDS: Perspectives of Middle-Aged and Older Men Who Have Sex with Men. Access the full report on Issuu.

55 racially and ethnically diverse, middle-aged and older(i.e., ≥ 40 years old) men who have sex with men (MAO MSM) from Central and Southwestern Ontario were interviewed in this study to gain their perspectives on factors that they believe have helped them build and sustain resilience to the clinical and social impacts of HIV/AIDS.

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