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PrEP prescriptions are supposed to be free to users now, which could go a long way toward leveling the HIV-prevention playing field.
The guide lays out best practices for HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring.
ViiV Healthcare’s Risk to Reasons initiative offers stigma-free language for discussing HIV and Black women. Apply now for grants.
Telemedicine is an increasingly used to provide convenient PrEP services. But are these programs following U.S. guidelines?
AIDS United CEO Jesse Milan Jr. responds to the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion regarding the right to abortion.
The Women as the Face of AIDS Summit, organized by Iris House, also honored three trailblazing women working to end the HIV epidemic.
New South Wales, the Australian state whose capital is Sydney, nears the target of eliminating HIV—and it might do so by 2025.
Under provisions of the Affordable Care Act, insurers must cover costs related to PrEP.
Currently, fewer than 1 in 10 women eligible for HIV prevention medications are taking them.
Plus: Watch remarks by Assistant Health Secretary Rachel Levine, MD, and AIDSWatch discussions on ending the HIV epidemic. [VIDEOS]
Join Advocates for Youth and watch a virtual screening of the Black LGBTQ documentary “Check It.” #NYHAAD is Sunday, April 10.
Gilead Sciences’ “Zeroing In” program helps 116 grantees boost HIV innovation, education and outreach in marginalized communities.
In January, Gilead Sciences claimed that over $250 million in counterfeit meds were sold and that it had sued the illegal distributors.
AIDS United praises the White House for funding a PrEP program and the initiative to end HIV but notes where “there is still work to do.”
HIV advocates cheer: “In many ways, this is a very bold budget.” But they also call for a strategic national PrEP program.
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