ABC’s The Science Show, Saturday 31 October 2015 12:53PM
When HIV and AIDS took hold in the late 1980s, British researchers knew very little about the sexual behaviour of the population. It made predicting how HIV might spread almost impossible. This prompted a national survey of sexual practice which has been carried out every ten years since. Soazig Clifton and Clare Tanton discuss some recent findings and changes over time.
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Access survey results summary from University College London here