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An internet survey of men who have sex with men (MSM) examined their preferences for HIV prevention methods.
The actor is part of an FDA study on the weekly injectable PRO 140.
The Janssen Therapeutics funding aims to help African Americans living with HIV in the South and in rural areas.
The insurer’s policy change removes a significant barrier to care for people with substance abuse disorders.
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Data from advocacy group Mental Health America reveals that many states have inadequate resources to address the needs of the mentally ill.
A study estimates that a 10 percentage-point rise in the rate of successful treatment could cut new infections by 20 percent in five years.
France reimburses the cost of Truvada as PrEP, but Norway is the first country to provide it for free upfront.
African Americans were less likely than whites to stick to the regimen, but their overall adherence levels were still promising.
Reacting to the findings of their mathematical modeling–based study, researchers encouraged women to use condoms for anal and vaginal sex.
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These four demands are central to advocacy efforts on Sunday, Oct. 23.
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Men who have sex with men (MSM) account for most new cases of gonorrhea and syphilis.