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Published on 17.06.19 in Vol 5, No 2 (2019): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "#PrEP4Love: An Evaluation of a Sex-Positive HIV Prevention Campaign"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/12822):

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  1. Keene LC, Dehlin JM, Pickett J, Berringer KR, Little I, Tsang A, Bouris AM, Schneider JA. #PrEP4Love: success and stigma following release of the first sex-positive PrEP public health campaign. Culture, Health & Sexuality 2020;:1
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  2. Castor D, Meyers K, Allen S. The only way is up. Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 2020;15(1):73
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  3. Mayer KH, Agwu A, Malebranche D. Barriers to the Wider Use of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis in the United States: A Narrative Review. Advances in Therapy 2020;37(5):1778
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  4. Cao B, Bao H, Oppong E, Feng S, Smith KM, Tucker JD, Tang W. Digital health for sexually transmitted infection and HIV services. Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 2020;33(1):44
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  5. Walsh T, Schneider JA, Ardestani BM, Young LE. Individual and Social Network Structure Characteristics Associated with Peer Change Agent Engagement and Impact in a PrEP Intervention. AIDS and Behavior 2020;
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  6. Meyers K, Price D, Golub S. Behavioral and social science research to support accelerated and equitable implementation of long-acting preexposure prophylaxis. Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 2020;15(1):66
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