Introduction: New Dynamics of HIV Risk Among Drug-Using Men Who Have Sex With Men
Drug and Sexual Risk in Four Men Who Have Sex with Men Populations: Evidence for a Sustained HIV Epidemic in New York City
Longitudinal Investigation of Methamphetamine Use Among Gay and Bisexual Men in New York City: Findings from Project BUMPS
Sexual Diversity Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in an Inner-City Community
Spatial Bridging in a Network of Drug-Using Male Sex Workers
HIV Prevalence and Risk Behaviors Among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Inject Drugs in San Francisco
A Comparison of HIV Seropositive and Seronegative Young Adult Heroin- and Cocaine-Using Men Who Have Sex with Men in New York City, 2000–2003
Longitudinal Patterns of Methamphetamine, Popper (Amyl Nitrite), and Cocaine Use and High-Risk Sexual Behavior Among a Cohort of San Francisco Men Who Have Sex with Men
Reasons for Stimulant Use Among Latino Gay Men in San Francisco: A Comparison Between Methamphetamine and Cocaine Users
Surfing New Territory: Club-Drug Use and Risky Sex Among Hispanic Men Who Have Sex with Men Recruited on the Internet
Men's Pathways to Risky Sexual Behavior: Role of Co-Occurring Childhood Sexual Abuse, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and Depression Histories
Sustained Reductions in Drug Use and Depression Symptoms from Treatment for Drug Abuse in Methamphetamine-Dependent Gay and Bisexual Men
Recruiting Drug-Using Men Who Have Sex with Men into Behavioral Interventions: A Two-Stage Approach
Methamphetamine-Using HIV-Positive Men Who Have Sex with Men: Correlates of Polydrug Use
Drug-Use Patterns Among Men Who Have Sex with Men Presenting for Alcohol Treatment: Differences in Ethnic and Sexual Identity