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Butler et al 1 report convincing results confirming that the availability of HIV prevention tools, such as condoms in prisons, does not increase sexual activity among inmates but rather increases safe sex. These results represent a major step towards negating the widespread belief that the general availability of prevention measures in prisons increases at-risk practices associated with HIV, hepatitis and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Indeed, similar ad hoc studies regarding the availability of needles and syringes …
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