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Author Archives: Emily Land

New research: Awareness, perceived effectiveness of U=U and intermittent PrEP low among MSM in New York City

New research: Awareness, perceived effectiveness of U=U and intermittent PrEP low among MSM in New York City

, by Emily Land

Is everyone getting accurate information about PrEP and what it means to be undetectable? New research says there’s still work to be done. Read More

Low PrEP awareness and use among cis women seeking STI services

Low PrEP awareness and use among cis women seeking STI services

, by Emily Land

Even more evidence shows the need for increased PrEP education and awareness-building campaigns targeting women. Read More

HIV inflammation linked to complex motor skill impairment

HIV inflammation linked to complex motor skill impairment

, by Emily Land

Findings from recent research underscore the importance of adhering to HIV treatment and taking steps to reduce HIV inflammation. Read More

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