The longer-term effects of access to HIV self-tests on HIV testing frequency in high-risk gay and bisexual men: follow-up data from a randomised controlled trial

Ye Zhang, Muhammad S. Jamil, Kirsty S. Smith, Tanya L. Applegate, Garrett Prestage, Martin Holt, Phillip Keen, Benjamin R. Bavinton, Marcus Chen, Damian P. Conway, Handan Wand, Anna M. McNulty, Darren Russell, Matthew Vaughan, Colin Batrouney, Virginia Wiseman, Christopher K. Fairley, Andrew E. Grulich, Matthew Law, John M. KaldorRebecca J. Guy*

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