Authors Barbara Hasse (PI) , Bruno Ledergerber , Rainer Weber

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Abstract Background The percentage of people with HIV infection is unfortunately rising despite prevention strategies. Our experience is that many patients experiencing HIV primary infection report use of illicit drugs or alcohol and consecutively unprotected sex. Recent studies have found that the use of specific party drugs such as methamphetamine, poppers, ecstasy and cocaine are associated with sexual risk. The potential link between substance use and risky sexual behaviour among HIV positive pe... >>