MACS Anal Health Study
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The Anal Health Study evaluates the utility of anal cancer screening among men who have sex with men. This multi-site U.S. study includes annual anal Pap screening for HIV-infected men and screening every other year for HIV-uninfected men, as well as anal HPV testing every six months. Predictors of interest in screening, abnormal cytologty and histology and progression from low grade to high grade anal disease are explored.
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