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Author Archives: Emily Land

High rates of undiagnosed infection among Black trans women

High rates of undiagnosed infection among Black trans women

, by Emily Land

New research shows low rates of HIV diagnosis among Black trans women, but high rates of treatment among those who know their status. Read More

PrEP home delivery study brings PrEP to young men of color

PrEP home delivery study brings PrEP to young men of color

, by Emily Land

A recent study called PrEPTECH investigated the feasibility and acceptance of “telehealth” PrEP care. Read More

For people having anal sex, PrEP 211 is as effective as daily PrEP

For people having anal sex, PrEP 211 is as effective as daily PrEP

, by Emily Land

PrEP 211 allows greater flexibility of dosing—and is just as effective as PrEP taken daily. Read More

Getting to Zero SF: Ending HIV must address racial inequity

Getting to Zero SF: Ending HIV must address racial inequity

, by Emily Land

Community members and public health experts discussed the need to create meaningful involvement and leadership from the Black community at a meeting in San Francisco. Read More

Life expectancies close to 80 years for young people starting HIV meds early

Life expectancies close to 80 years for young people starting HIV meds early

, by Emily Land

Potent HIV therapies that are well-tolerated have led to substantial improvements in life expectancies for people living with HIV. Read More