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Starting the End of the Epidemic

Starting the End of the Epidemic

, by Emily Newman

From the RAPID program, to Magnet, one national publication illustrates how San Francisco gives hope to a nation longing for the end of HIV transmission. Read More

Members of Congress Speak Out: Year-long Deferral for Gay Men Still Unfair

Members of Congress Speak Out: Year-long Deferral for Gay Men Still Unfair

, by Emily Newman

The blood donation policy for MSM has been called outdated and discriminatory. Get an update on what’s happening to prompt change. Read More

Getting to Zero in San Francisco

Getting to Zero in San Francisco

, by Emily Newman

One year ago, a consortium was formed in San Francisco to help the city be the first to reach zero new infections, zero HIV/AIDS deaths, and zero stigma. Get an update on what they’ve done—and what they’re still planning to do. Read More

Kaiser San Francisco: 500+ on PrEP, No New HIV Infections

Kaiser San Francisco: 500+ on PrEP, No New HIV Infections

, by Liz Highleyman

Kaiser Permanente's San Francisco Medical Center now has more than 500 members taking Truvada for PrEP -- and so far has seen no new HIV infections. Read more about what they've learned about their PrEP users. Read More

Guide to Picking a Covered California Plan with HIV, HCV, or PrEP Coverage

Guide to Picking a Covered California Plan with HIV, HCV, or PrEP Coverage

, by Emily Newman

A new resource helps Californians living with HIV, and/or hepatitis C, and those looking to start PrEP find an insurance plan that best suits their needs. Read More