In the mid-90s, the number of new AIDS cases amongst gay men took a steep decline. This improvement has vanished the last couple of years. Webb writes on the fact that promoting safe sex might not be enough to stem the tide of new AIDS infections in the gay community. Aggressive techniques such as contact tracing might do the job. The technique is effective when used with heterosexuals. Webb argues that different societal attitudes towards the seperate communities should not prevent an aggressive fight against the disease.
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