Nondisclosure Prosecutions and Population Health Outcomes: Examining HIV Testing, HIV Diagnoses, and the Attitudes of Men Who Have Sex with Men Following Nondisclosure

Found that HIV testing and HIV diagnoses among men who have sex with men did not significantly statistically change after media releases about a local nondisclosure prosecution. However, some MSM expressed their belief that the local public health department openly shares information with police. Some HIV-positive participants perceived an association between local public health and police services which caused them to not access public health services.