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Efficacy of a booster counseling session 6 months after HIV testing and counseling: a randomized, controlled trial (RESPECT-2)



Efficacy of a booster counseling session 6 months after HIV testing and counseling: a randomized, controlled trial (RESPECT-2)



Sexually Transmitted Diseases 32(2): 123-129



Background: HIV counseling prevents sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), with most of the benefit accumulating in the first 6 months. Study: The authors conducted a multicenter, randomized, controlled trial of a 20-minute additional (booster) counseling session 6 months after HIV counseling compared with no additional counseling for prevention of STDs (gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis). Participants were 15- to 39-year-old STD clinic patients in Denver, Long Beach, and Newark.

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Accession: 004139756

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PMID: 15668620

DOI: 10.1097/01.olq.0000151420.92624.c0


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