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Nurse-led PrEP clinic in San Francisco shares model of success at AIDS 2016

Nurse-led PrEP clinic in San Francisco shares model of success at AIDS 2016

, by Emily Land

Who should provide PrEP to people who need it? In San Francisco, a community-based organization has found that a nurse-led clinic for gay men works well. Read More

What we’re learning about new PrEP drugs and delivery methods at AIDS 2016

What we’re learning about new PrEP drugs and delivery methods at AIDS 2016

, by Emily Land

What will the next option for PrEP be—a long-acting injection or implant? A vaginal ring? Get updates on the latest promising PrEP research. Read More

For Gay Men, Zero HIV Transmissions with Condomless Anal Sex and Undetectable Viral Load in PARTNER Study

For Gay Men, Zero HIV Transmissions with Condomless Anal Sex and Undetectable Viral Load in PARTNER Study

, by Emily Land

After more than an estimated 22,000 condomless sex acts, there were no HIV transmissions among serodiscordant couples when the HIV-positive partner had an undetectable viral load. Read More

AIDS 2016: San Francisco and New York Lead in PrEP Use

AIDS 2016: San Francisco and New York Lead in PrEP Use

, by Liz Highleyman

The manufacturer of Truvada reported how many prescriptions have been filled for PrEP—with a steep rise among men in 2015. Read More

Young Gay Teens Do Well On PrEP—But They Need More Support

Young Gay Teens Do Well On PrEP—But They Need More Support

, by Emily Land

The results of the ATN 113 study give insight into the kinds of support young people will need from providers if they’re offered PrEP. Read More