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Jul
2016

Gay and other homosexually active men (hereafter 'gay men') are at elevated risk of becoming infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) via injecting drug use and sexual risk practices. This paper aimed to measure HCV knowledge among gay men in Australia and whether knowledge differed according to HCV risk.
In 2013, a cross-sectional, online survey of 405 Australian gay men explored the social aspects of HCV.
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