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CROI 2013: iPrEx Update—A Q&A with Dr. Robert Grant

CROI 2013: iPrEx Update—A Q&A with Dr. Robert Grant

, by Reilly O'Neal

The iPrEx researcher speaks about how best to start and stop PrEP, how HIV risk may vary over time, and why the meaning of “unprotected sex” has changed. Read More

CROI 2013: New Data on HIV-Related Disparities in Black Gay and Bi Men

CROI 2013: New Data on HIV-Related Disparities in Black Gay and Bi Men

, by Reilly O'Neal

“We found that black MSM were most likely to be infected with HIV but least likely to know about their infections,” reports one CDC researcher. Read More

CROI 2013: Learning from the PrEP Access “Gap” in the iPrEx Trial

CROI 2013: Learning from the PrEP Access “Gap” in the iPrEx Trial

, by Reilly O'Neal

A months-long break from PrEP sheds light on “prevention futility” and intermittent HIV risk in the iPrEx study cohort. Read More

What’s Next for PrEP? Part I: Demonstration Projects

What’s Next for PrEP? Part I: Demonstration Projects

, by Reilly O'Neal

Take a look inside a PrEP demonstration project and explore key questions about how best to use this new HIV prevention tool. Read More

One Man’s Year on PrEP

One Man’s Year on PrEP

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

A past PrEP user shares his story and encourages others to consider their own HIV prevention needs: “If PrEP makes sense, talk to your provider and get on it!” Read More