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When will I be able to take a pill to prevent gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia?

When will I be able to take a pill to prevent gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia?

, by Emily Land

Rising rates of STIs make biomedical STI prevention an attractive option, but Jean-Michel Molina cautions against antibiotic overuse and other potential pitfalls. Read More

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

New data from CDC show young MSM, Black MSM, and Hispanic/Latino MSM most at-risk for undiagnosed HIV in the U.S.

, by Emily Land

Racial and ethnic disparities are apparent in new data on HIV incidence, prevalence and undiagnosed infection. Read More

After mistakenly spending $56 on ramen noodles, I’m giving Dry January a try

After mistakenly spending $56 on ramen noodles, I’m giving Dry January a try

, by Cirrus Wood

Cirrus Wood wonders, on an evening out, “How am I going to talk to anyone without the gesture and prop of a glass of scotch to punctuate my various witty remarks?” Read More

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 Land

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