Couples of Black men who have sex with men are different in how involved they were in the care and treatment of their partner living with HIV and how they reciprocated their partner’s involvement

Black MSM couples described three different patterns of involvement: some men were actively involved in their partner’s HIV care and treatment, others were only peripherally involved, and still others were uninvolved. These patterns were not related to how men living with HIV viewed their partner and/or their relationship. (J. Tan, C. Campbell, B. Siedle-Khan, & A. Conroy, CAPS/PRC)

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