Sept 25th 2014 Gay men and their doctors aren’t talking enough about sex, and that’s making it harder to control the spread of H.I.V. That’s the conclusion of a new survey of gay and bisexual men by the Kaiser Family Foundation released on Thursday. It found that 47 percent of the men have never discussed their sexual orientation with their doctors, and 56 percent have never been advised by a doctor to be tested for H.I.V.

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