Gay, Bisexual Nigerian Men Report Increased Reluctance To Access Health Care After Law Passed Against Same-Sex Couples, Study Shows

Reuters Health: Nigerian gay, bi men report more fear in health care after law
“Gay and bisexual men in Nigeria are reporting increased reluctance to access health care after the country passed a law last year levying additional sanctions against same-sex couples [according to a paper in The Lancet HIV by Sheree Schwartz of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore and colleagues]…” (Seaman, 7/6).

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