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PrEP Challenges for U.S. Men Who Have Sex With Men

PrEP Challenges for U.S. Men Who Have Sex With Men

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

PrEP represents a promising new HIV-prevention tool, but—like condoms—it will only work if people can access it and use it correctly. A new PLoS Medicine article explores the challenges ahead. Read More

CDC Issues Further Interim Guidance for PrEP

CDC Issues Further Interim Guidance for PrEP

, by Reilly O'Neal

New interim guidance on PrEP for heterosexual adults highlights both the promise and the complexities of this new HIV prevention strategy. Read More

AIDS 2012 Recap: Will (And Should) Women Use PrEP?

AIDS 2012 Recap: Will (And Should) Women Use PrEP?

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

With PrEP now officially available in the U.S., will women want to use it—and should they? Results from a six-city focus-group study might surprise you. Read More

Guest Opinion: Ernest Hopkins on HIV Among Young Black Gay and Bi Men

Guest Opinion: Ernest Hopkins on HIV Among Young Black Gay and Bi Men

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Young gay and bi black men are getting HIV at three times the rate of their white counterparts. Ernest Hopkins, director of legislative affairs at San Francisco AIDS Foundation, weighs in on how to turn this trend around. Read More

AIDS 2012 Recap: Hormonal Contraceptives and HIV Risk

AIDS 2012 Recap: Hormonal Contraceptives and HIV Risk

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Women around the world use hormonal contraceptives, including “the pill” and injectable forms. New analyses looking at HIV risk with hormonal contraceptives have mixed results. Read More