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These were places where gays could engage in high frequency anonymous sexual contact. By the late 1970s they were allowed to operate without regulation in the major metropolitan centers of America. My initial intuition was that the key was the total average contact rate among the target population. Was the marginal increase in the contact rate facilitated by the bathhouses sufficient to drive the endemic across the epidemiological threshold? It did not seem likely. Reports were that most gays seldom (many, never) frequented the bathhouses.

There seemed to be something important going on that went to the issue of the United States being a source of infection for other First World countries. I kept sending out queries to the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization (WHO), but without much success. Finally, © 1999 by Chapman & Hall/CRC in early 1998, Ms. Rachel Mackenzie of the WHO contacted me and provided me, not with a URL, but with the data itself, which was in the hands of the Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS, and STD Surveillance which is a joint Working Group between WHO and UNAIDS.

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