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In this video series by Greater Than AIDS, trans women talk about everything from diagnosis to discrimination.
But some hard-hit risk groups and areas have been slow to adopt the HIV prevention method.
The open-label phase of the intercourse-based PrEP dosing study indicates the apparent risk-reduction power of the protocol.
The Global Forum on MSM & HIV supports gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men.
$40M focuses on keeping girls in school in sub-Saharan Africa.
Indian Health Service will award the funding to tribes across the U.S.
Teenage gay and bi men's adherence to PrEP, good with monthly monitoring, declined with quarterly monitoring in a recent study.
Couples who received PrEP as a “bridge” to HIV treatment lowered their risk of transmission by 95 percent.
For the first time, researchers have shown a link between circumcision as well as HIV treatment and a reduction in infection rates.
Those women who adhered well to an antiretroviral (ARV)-containing vaginal ring benefited from a significant reduction in HIV risk.
By posting the procedure on Facebook, he continues the AIDS advocacy of his mother, Princess Diana.
But as of now, the sexually transmitted infection can still be effectively treated.
Because of Illinois budget woes, HIV testing has dropped 70 percent in areas.
English men who have sex with men report a considerable array of sexual risk reduction strategies.
The ongoing study of mixed-HIV status heterosexual and gay male couples has seen no transmissions within couples.
PrEP rollout globally has been sluggish, resulting in a missed chance to confront the disproportionate epidemic of HIV among gay and bi men.
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