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The third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal) was long awaited and finally hit the British press just before World AIDS Day 2013. You can access a fascinating range of data in six open access Lancet papers, accessible through www.natsal.ac.uk. The sexual health research and clinical communities are however only too well aware of the complex pitfalls we face in this particularly sensitive field of behavioural research. So we are delighted to publish perhaps the most important papers by the Natsal team-an account of their methods Phelps et al1 a exploration of how bias in Natsal has changed over the three decennial surveys Prah et al2 and a fascinating editorial …

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