[HIV prevalence among homosexual and bisexual men in Spain, 1992-2000].
ABSTRACT Our purpose was to describe the time trend in HIV seroprevalence among homo/ bisexual men.
We analyzed 9,383 homo/ bisexual men who had a first voluntary test for HIV in 10 Spanish clinics from 1992 to 2000.
HIV prevalence decreased from 20.3% in 1992 to 8.4% in 2000. In the multivariate analysis this decline appeared independently associated with the testing year and the birth cohort.
New generations of voluntarily tested homo/bisexual men are less infected by HIV, but it is yet necessary to intensify the prevention programs.