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Despite having higher rates of HIV testing than all other racial groups, African-Americans continue to be disproportionately affected by the HIV epidemic in the United States. Knowing one's status is the key step to maintaining behavioral changes that could stop the spread of the virus, yet little is known about the individual-and socio-structural-level barriers associated with HIV testing and communication among heterosexual African-American men. To address this and inform the development ofdoi:10.1080/09540121.2014.963009 pmid:25298014 pmcid:PMC4353668 fatcat:dpkiv7twcjgvddafe4lkcemgli