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Three “high-profile advocates” share candid tales as part of Gilead’s video series to prevent HIV and STIs.
People on Truvada for HIV prevention replaced three out of four annual monitoring visits with a home testing and monitoring process.
Clinicians are supposed to test for HIV before starting someone on PrEP and quarterly thereafter—plus test for STIs twice yearly.
Among other issues: Out-of-pocket costs are increasingly passed on to consumers.
This is according to a recent survey of Planned Parenthood patients in Connecticut.
Don’t miss these responses from seasoned activists and experts—including Peter Staley’s 31-point rebuttal in tweets.
Gilead Sciences, the maker of Truvada as PrEP, launched the campaign to raise awareness of the HIV prevention method.
A recent online survey found a high level of awareness of PrEP.
“Awareness and the City” also highlights the AIDS Memorial, the Big Apple and XL condoms!
Those resistant to both of the medications in Truvada are rare.
Everyone needs to come prepared to share their thoughts on what it will take to end the HIV epidemic in America.
The “Healthysexual” campaign features young Black and Latino men, plus cisgender and transgender women. [VIDEO]
This is according to an analysis of young men who have sex with men in Chicago.
The HIV-prevention drug isn’t an approved med for pilots, even though it’s allowed in the Navy.
An analysis of people diagnosed with recently contracted HIV in the state revealed many missed opportunities.
A survey of Australian men who have sex with men conducted in 2016 found a low proportion trusted HIV treatment as prevention of the virus.
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