Did mpox knowledge, attitudes and beliefs affect intended behaviour in the general population and men who are gay, bisexual and who have sex with men? An online cross-sectional survey in the UK
BMJ Open, October 2023
Smith, Louise E, Potts, Henry WW, Brainard, Julii, May, Tom, Oliver, Isabel, Amlôt, Richard, Yardley, Lucy, Rubin, G James
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