Silence can be damaging. How to talk about monkeypox without doing harm
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In the face of diseases that are transmitted by close contact, silence or inadequate or inaccurate communication encourages a group of people to be blamed and held responsible for their sexual practices. This guide presents information and strategies for the gay, bisexual and men who have sex with men communities, as well as communicators, health personnel and decision-makers, to avoid or mitigate the stigma and discrimination associated with the monkeypox outbreak.
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