Is HIV Prevention Targeting Men "Living on the Down Low" an Effective Strategy for African Americans?
David J Malebranche, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Division of General Medicine, Emory University School of Medicine
Darrel Wheeler, PhD, MPH, ACSW, Associate Professor, Hunter College School of Social Work
Given the current media hype about African-American men living on the down low (men who secretly have sex with men while also having sex with women), Dr. Malebranche and Dr. Wheeler will discuss the relevance of this topic - its myths, misconceptions, and implications for interventions and the HIV epidemic in the Black Community.
Originally broadcast September 15, 2005
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