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New data and campaigns show progress in the fight against HIV. However, substantial and widening disparities persist.
To launch the HIV prevention campaign for LGBTQ and minority youth in Chicago, PrEP4Teens created a mural and held a mini-ball.
A Duke University pilot program trains hairstylists in the South to teach clients about HIV and the use of PrEP for prevention.
Significant funding cuts to the CDC, Ryan White AIDS Program, PEPFAR and other programs are on the table.
Every-other-month cabotegravir injections offer greater protection against HIV and do not appear to interact with gender-affirming hormones.
PrEP rollout in Africa has been slow, and offering more prevention options could increase uptake and encourage consistent use.
Peer educators promote pre-exposure prophylaxis.
Two daily pill options and long-acting injections effectively prevent HIV.
Previously, pilots and crew were grounded for 30 days.
PrEP plus HIV screening every three months would lead to fewer new cases, longer life expectancy and lower HIV-associated costs.
Under a new federal policy, Medicare will cover PrEP pills and injections for people age 65 and older.
Iris House’s 30th anniversary comes shortly after it opened a new location in New Jersey, expanding its HIV services and programs. [VIDEO]
Celebrating healthy, pleasurable and responsible sexual relationships—including PrEP to prevent HIV—is for “every BODY.”
About 94% of white people who could benefit from PrEP have been prescribed it, but only 13% of Black and 24% of Latino people have been.
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