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In conjunction with World AIDS Day, DPH has released its 4th annual report on the impact of HIV/AIDS in the state: Intersecting Risks: HIV Infection Among Heterosexual Females and Males in Massachusetts. The report focuses on issues and trends related to HIV transmission among people who identify as heterosexual – a topic that has been largely overlooked in many HIV prevention efforts. It seeks to untangle the dynamics of heterosexual risk for HIV infection, and explores how these dynamics may be leading to the under-reporting of heterosexual HIV infection in Massachusetts.

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