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Bayesian Approaches to Racial Disparities in HIV Risk Estimation Among Men Who Have Sex with Men
Men who have sex with men (MSM) continue to be overrepresented for new HiV infections compared with non-MSM. this disparity becomes even more alarming when considering racial groups. We describe the race-specific effects in HiV prevalence among MSM relative to non-MSM and explore the causes of disagreement among estimates. Methods: We used data from the national epidemiologic Survey on alcohol and related conditions, a nationally representative longitudinal survey conducted in the US Bayesiandoi:10.1097/ede.0000000000000582 pmid:27779498 fatcat:f26uesvlq5exvfmmockwto7gii