Twin Cities Men's Health Survey - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Twin Cities Men's Health Survey

A survey of health and sexual behaviors of men was conducted during the 2004 Twin Cities GLBT Pride celebration in Minneapolis.

966 persons were asked to participate in the survey, 472 (49%) accepted, 418 (88%) were eligible and 379 (91%) completed the interview.

To learn more about the behaviors that put gay and bisexual men at risk of getting HIV and STDs. The information gathered will be used to create targeted and innovative HIV and STD prevention programs in Minnesota.


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Updated Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 12:07PM