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  • Nearly two-thirds of gay men who know they have AIDS have sex without condoms: CDC report

    12/04/2013 8:03:31 PM PST · by Morgana · 41 replies
    Life Site News ^ | Dustin Siggins
    WASHINGTON, DC, December 4, 2013 ( – A new report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) shows approximately 62 percent of gay men who know they have HIV/AIDS continue to engage in sexual relations without using a prophylactic, a behavior that can spread AIDS. The report, which was released on the Friday after Thanksgiving, analyzed data gathered in 2011. According to the report, the percentage of men with HIV/AIDS having sex with other men without a condom had increased from 55 percent in 2005, to 57 percent in 2008, to 62 percent today. CDC spokesperson Nikky Mayes told
  • Syphilis On The Rise Among Homosexuals

    05/11/2005 6:01:49 AM PDT · by NRA1995 · 24 replies · 965+ views
    Greenwich Time ^ | 5/10/05 | Michael Dinan
    More and more gay men in Connecticut are contracting syphilis, a life-threatening sexually transmitted disease, according to new statistics from the state Department of Public Health. Forty-five new cases of primary and secondary syphilis in Connecticut residents were reported to the state in 2004 -- more than triple the number of cases reported just four years ago, and 50 percent more than last year. Of those 45 new cases, 34 were gay men, including 12 who live in lower Fairfield County. The disease -- an epidemic a decade ago among poor blacks in Connecticut's larger cities -- is spreading quickly...
  • Rare Sexually Transmitted Disease Strikes 2 in N.Y. (Warning - somewhat graphic)

    02/02/2005 5:11:54 PM PST · by Dan from Michigan · 83 replies · 3,817+ views
    reuters ^ | 2-2-05
    Rare Sexually Transmitted Disease Strikes 2 in N.Y. Wed Feb 2, 5:06 PM ET Health - Reuters NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two New Yorkers have been diagnosed with a rare sexually transmitted disease that is spreading among gay and bisexual men in Europe, the city health commissioner said on Wednesday. The disease, known as LGV or Lymphogranuloma venereum, is caused by specific strains of chlamydia and is often marked by painful, bloody rectal infection and genital ulcers. "LGV is a serious condition and its emergence in New York City reflects continuing high levels of unsafe sexual activity among men who...
  • Toronto syphilis rates soar 800 percent

    02/16/2004 12:02:53 PM PST · by Loyalist · 50 replies · 340+ views
    Big News Network ^ | February 16, 2004 | Staff
    The rate of syphilis infection has soared 800 percent in the past two years, prompting Toronto health officials to call for education and prevention funding. Nearly 280 Torontonians tested positive for syphilis in 2003, up nearly 45 percent from 195 in 2002, the Toronto Sun said Monday, quoting a report to be presented next week to Toronto's health board. Those numbers are up from just 30 cases a year from 1997-2001. Nearly three-quarters of the cases were among men who have gay, unprotected sex, the report said. The city tried to fight the rise last spring with a month-long poster...
  • Hundreds to Get AIDS Test in South Dakota

    04/26/2002 6:24:13 PM PDT · by Ralph the Hun · 26 replies · 594+ views
    AP (via Looksmart) ^ | Fri, 26 Apr 2002 | JOE KAFKA
    PIERRE, S.D. (AP) -- Hundreds of people will be tested for the AIDS virus after the arrest of an infected college basketball player on charges of having unprotected sex, the governor said Friday. Nikko Briteramos, an 18-year-old freshman at Si Tanka-Huron University, was arrested Tuesday and charged with five counts of knowingly exposing a woman to HIV. Briteramos, who is from Chicago, remained in jail Friday on $10,000 bail. Defense attorney Mary Keller said Briteramos is stunned by the charges. "He strikes me as a very sincere young man who is completely baffled by what's going on," she said. More...