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How to recycle HIV medications you don’t need in San Francisco

How to recycle HIV medications you don’t need in San Francisco

May 9, 2016, by

The Recycled AIDS Medicine Program allows people with old or unneeded HIV medications to get them to people in other countries who need them. Read More

Can We Say Goodbye to the Word AIDS?

Can We Say Goodbye to the Word AIDS?

May 5, 2016, by

AIDS doesn’t look the same in 2016 as it did in 1986. What does it mean to carry an AIDS diagnosis now, and is it time to change our terminology? Read More

Study of HIV and STI risk is a “wake-up call” for health providers serving young gay men

Study of HIV and STI risk is a “wake-up call” for health providers serving young gay men

May 4, 2016, by

Gay men under age 18 are particularly at risk for HIV and STI infections—especially young gay men of color. Read More

Transmitted drug resistance: The other side to the PrEP failure case we’re not talking about

Transmitted drug resistance: The other side to the PrEP failure case we’re not talking about

May 2, 2016, by

Transmitting resistance to more than one class of HIV medication is very rare, which is what happened to the man who was infected with HIV while on PrEP. Read More

Recent meth use may indicate need for PrEP, study finds

Recent meth use may indicate need for PrEP, study finds

April 28, 2016, by

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