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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

AIDS 2012 Recap: Testing and Linkage to Care in San Francisco

AIDS 2012 Recap: Testing and Linkage to Care in San Francisco

, by Reilly O'Neal

San Francisco—BETA’s hometown—was well represented at AIDS 2012! This recap highlights four studies on the city’s “testing and linkage to care” approach—and the health disparities they uncovered. Read More

AIDS 2012 Recap: Complera Switch Study

AIDS 2012 Recap: Complera Switch Study

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Switching to the once-daily single-pill regimen Complera was safe and helped reduce heart disease risk in the SPIRIT study, reported at AIDS 2012. Read More

AIDS 2012: Closing in on a Cure

AIDS 2012: Closing in on a Cure

, by Reilly O'Neal

Cure research shifts from the lab to the clinic, as results from three studies point the way forward in the quest for an HIV cure. Read More

AIDS 2012: Meet Rig

AIDS 2012: Meet Rig

, by Reilly O'Neal

The Black AIDS Institute’s Rig Rush chats about being part of an HIV prevention trial—and shares a bit of sex ed for gay youth. Read More