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What Preventing HIV in Babies Can Tell Us about Preventing HIV in Adults

What Preventing HIV in Babies Can Tell Us about Preventing HIV in Adults

, by Emily Newman

The U.S. has been massively successful in decreasing mother-to-child perinatal HIV infections over the last 25 years. What lessons can this effective public health strategy lend to sexual HIV prevention efforts? Read More

Life as an Elite HIV Controller

Life as an Elite HIV Controller

, by Rodney Rousseau

A small percentage of people living with HIV maintain an undetectable viral load over long periods of time without antiretroviral therapy. One man tells his story about being an elite HIV controller. Read More

The Link Between Protease Inhibitors and Cancer

The Link Between Protease Inhibitors and Cancer

, by Emily Newman

A recent study reports an association between protease inhibitors and cancer. What do these findings mean for people now taking a PI-based regimen? Read More

Better Sexual Health Care for Trans Men

Better Sexual Health Care for Trans Men

, by Brandyn Gallagher

A transgender man’s experiences at a sexual health clinic show how providers can do better to provide sensitive, affirming care for all patients. Read More

Who’s been using PEP—and would they benefit from PrEP?

Who’s been using PEP—and would they benefit from PrEP?

, by Emily Newman

An analysis of 15 years of clinical data shows an increase in the use of post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent HIV, and could have implications for PrEP use. Read More