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Recent meth use may indicate need for PrEP, study finds

Recent meth use may indicate need for PrEP, study finds

, by Emily Newman

Men who start using meth show an increase in sexual risk behaviors around the same time. Read More

How Can We Help People Under Age 18 Get PrEP?

How Can We Help People Under Age 18 Get PrEP?

, by Emily Newman

Although many young people are at risk for HIV, getting access to and paying for PrEP is difficult if you’re under 18. Read More

People who use drugs still adherent to PrEP

People who use drugs still adherent to PrEP

, by Emily Newman

A small study found that people who use substances adhere to PrEP and stay in care at rates similar to people who don’t report drug or heavy alcohol use. Read More

Riding the Waves in Uncharted Waters: Excitement and Hope for Transmasculine People in HIV Research

Riding the Waves in Uncharted Waters: Excitement and Hope for Transmasculine People in HIV Research

, by Brandyn Gallagher

Transgender men are finally being included in HIV research--but we still have much to learn. Read More

Using saliva as lube can cause rectal gonorrhea

Using saliva as lube can cause rectal gonorrhea

, by Emily Newman

Cases of rectal gonorrhea are on the rise among men who have sex with men. Using spit as lube during sex may be partially to blame, a recently published study has found. Read More