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ChemSex –the facts: an overview of the existing data collected on HIV and HCV transmission rates and modes of transmission among MSM
Professor Dr med Jürgen Rockstroh
ChemSex definition - December 2014 Document
Drug use questionairre, GUM Document
Drug use questionairre 56 Dean Street Document
Tina and Slamming Excutive Summary Mainline okt 20153 Document
A Longitudinal Investigation of Syndemics - Haltikis et al. (2014) Document
HIV, mental health and stigma SLaM News Dec15 Document
HIV in SE London Mental Health Population Document
Knoops et al (2015) Mainline-SOA 1509 Chemsexreport V6 Document
High-risk drug practices tighten grip on London gay scene
Use of crystal methamphetamine is on the rise in London's gay scene, putting men who have sex with men at higher risk of infections.
Tony Kirby and Michelle Thornber-Dunwell report.
Reluctant objects, Kane Race Document
Recreational drug use amongst GUM attendees - Scrivener, J; BASHH 2013 Document
Interconnecting epidemics: using syndemics theory to address substance use and abuse to lower HIV risk among MSM
Ron Stall and Steven Meanley
Current Research on Syndemics and the HIV Care Continuum - Ron Stall Document
56 Dean Street ChemSex resources Webpage
Chemsex - Peccadillo Pictures Webpage
Dating sites and apps may be spreading HIV, a new study reveals
Attitude Magazine
Drug culture is hollowing out our meaningful connections as London's gay scene collapses - Gay Star News Webpage
Very high levels of chemsex and 'slamsex' seen in HIV-positive men attending English/Welsh HIV clinics Webpage
It's Back! Meth Use By NYC Gay Men Rising Again - Peter Staley Webpage
Turning Tina The Institute of Many (TIM) Webpage



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