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Sex drugs called avenue to HIV

Makers, US agencies set to study their misuse

By Diedtra Henderson
Globe Staff / September 26, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Richard Gallo's experience is shared by thousands of men who sometimes find other men through e-mail messages that read: ''Do you want to PNP?" It stands for ''party and play." To party, they take crystal methamphetamine, which reduces inhibitions but also their ability to have sex. To play, they pop Viagra at the same time. Gallo, a 28-year-old ... (Full article: 783 words)

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