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Double whammy of multiple sex partners, drinking in HIV/STI prevention

The more you drink and sleep around, the less likely you are to participate in HIV intervention counseling, research shows. Understanding why someone does -- or does not -- enroll in a prevention program is a significant piece of information for public health departments. Yet relatively little is known about what motivates individuals to participate in HIV-prevention programs or whether some audiences are more or less willing to take advantage of the HIV-prevention counseling programs commonly provided at health clinics.
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