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Drug use, commercial sex work, and migration each play a role in the spread of HIV in the Caribbean, yet the intersection of these factors in the region is not well understood. Participants were located through targeted sampling techniques in Christiansted and Frederiksted, St. Croix, and Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas where women were interviewed regarding their drug use, sexual behaviours, migration patterns and health status.
In the month prior to interview, Drug using sex workers reported a ificantly greater of past-month sexual partners than alcohol-only and non-drug users. In logistic regression analyses, illicit drug users were ificantly more likely to report unprotected sexual activity, client violence and sexually transmitted infections as well.
In addition, illicit drug users engaged in sex work in a ificantly greater of countries and were more likely to work in locations outside the US Virgin Islands. The intersection of multiple risk factors for HIV identified among drug-involved sex workers in the region, including unprotected sexual activity with multiple partners, violent victimization and migration between high and low HIV-prevalence areas, suggests that illicit drug use may play an important role in driving the growing heterosexual HIV epidemic in the Caribbean.
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