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Sexual concurrency may help explain them. Consistent condom use was low for all participants, especially with steady partners. In general, men involved in concurrent relationships engaged in more risk behaviors than other men e. A majority of concurrent partnerships involved steady partners. HIV prevention programs should address the risks of concurrency and factors that discourage condom use, especially with steady partners with whom condom use is particularly low. At the population level concurrent sexual partnerships increase network connectivity, resulting in sexual bridging of individuals within subgroups at higher risk with those of lower-risk subgroups.
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