Conspiracy beliefs and trust in information about HIV/AIDS among minority men who have sex with men (HTML)
Hutchinson,Angela B.; Begley,Elin B.; Sullivan,Patrick; Clark,Hollie A.; Boyett,Brian C.; Kellerman,Scott E.
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 45(5): 603-605
Publication date: 2007
(Letter to the editor.) Participants of minority gay pride events across the United States were surveyed in 2004 to determine whether conspiracy beliefs exist among minority MSM and to identify trusted sources of information about HIV/AIDS. It was learned that minority MSM were more likely than white MSM to agree with conspiracy beliefs, and that the most trusted sources of information about HIV/AIDS were primary care providers and GLBT organizations.
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