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Long-awaited results from a three-year PrEP clinical trial evaluating a new candidate medication for PrEP were revealed at the HIV science conference CROI on March 6, 2019. The PrEP medication … Read More →
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PrEP and treatment as prevention (TasP) are empowering people of any HIV status to live without fear of HIV. PrEP reduces anxiety around HIV infection for people who are HIV-negative … Read More →
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For many years, researchers have observed that people using stimulants (such as meth, powder cocaine, and crack-cocaine) who are living with HIV are less likely to stay engaged in HIV … Read More →
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Daily use of PrEP reduces the risk of HIV infection by up to 99%. Yet there are a few factors that may keep people from seeing daily PrEP as an … Read More →
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Methamphetamine (meth) is a powerful stimulant that in the short-term can improve mood, energy levels and alertness—but when used long-term can lead to depression and other mental health concerns. Some … Read More →
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Jared Hemming, site director of Strut, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s health and wellness center in the Castro, describes services at Strut this way: “Folks can come in and find … Read More →
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In San Francisco, the sixth case of PrEP failure in a patient with high adherence was reported at IDWeek 2018 by Stephanie Cohen, MD, medical director of San Francisco City … Read More →
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When was the last time you had a conversation about your butt? If you wanted to start a conversation about your butt, who would you talk to, and what would … Read More →
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I’m a gay man on PrEP. I love bottoming, and am not using condoms for anal sex. And I have anal warts. Here’s my story. For a bit of context: … Read More →
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Maybe you’ve had this happen before: You wipe your butt and notice red streaks on the toilet paper. Or you wipe up after bottoming and you see blood on the … Read More →
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