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Effect of Acculturation on the Acceptability of Potential Microbicides and Sexual Risk-Taking
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Andrea Ries Thurman, Eastern Virginia Medical School
  • Alan E C Holden, University of Texas Health Science Center
  • Rochelle N Shain, University of Texas Health Science Center
  • Sondra Perdue, University of Washington - Tacoma Campus
  • Jeanna M Piper
Publication Date
6-1-2009
Document Type
Article
Abstract
Background: The objective was to determine the acceptability and use patterns of potential microbicides among African American (AA), acculturated Hispanic (AH), and less acculturated Hispanic (LAH) women. We measured baseline sexual risk-taking and the likelihood of behavioral change, given effective microbicides.
DOI
10.1097/OLQ.0b013e318198d90c
Version
pre-print, post-print with 12 month embargo, no publisher's pdf
Citation Information
Andrea Ries Thurman, Alan E C Holden, Rochelle N Shain, Sondra Perdue, et al.. "Effect of Acculturation on the Acceptability of Potential Microbicides and Sexual Risk-Taking" Sexually Transmitted Diseases Vol. 36 Iss. 6 (2009) p. 387 - 394
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sondra_perdue/3/