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Young gay men of color find PrEP acceptable, but struggle with adherence

Young gay men of color find PrEP acceptable, but struggle with adherence

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Young men in cities across the U.S. at risk for HIV do well on PrEP, but may need additional adherence support. Read More

No decrease in HIV infections among gay men per CDC data; More PrEP coverage needed

No decrease in HIV infections among gay men per CDC data; More PrEP coverage needed

, by Emily Newman

Every year for the last 5 years, about 26,000 gay men contracted HIV in the U.S. For PrEP to make a dent in this number, increasing coverage to people who may benefit from PrEP must be a priority. Read More

How a transmasculine conference changed my perspective—and how I hope it changes yours, too

How a transmasculine conference changed my perspective—and how I hope it changes yours, too

, by Brandyn Gallagher

As we enter a new season of reflection and introspection, I am taking the time and opportunity to reflect on an experience I had last June at the Philly Trans Health Conference. Read More

Jake Sobo: My life on PrEP—4 years later

Jake Sobo: My life on PrEP—4 years later

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

The legendary Jake Sobo resurfaces to talk about his 4 years on PrEP, his upcoming marriage & STIs in the gay community. Read More

How much eggnog is too much eggnog?

How much eggnog is too much eggnog?

, by Emily Newman

Glenn Ontiveros shares tips and advice on how to better manage how much alcohol you drink this holiday season. Read More