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AIDS Vaccine 2012 Conference Starts Saturday

AIDS Vaccine 2012 Conference Starts Saturday

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Attending the conference or following along from home? A free webinar and several online resources will help you get the most from AIDS Vaccine 2012. Read More

HIV Surveillance: Understanding the Numbers

HIV Surveillance: Understanding the Numbers

, by Manali Nekkanti

HIV/AIDS cases are tracked to help us understand how epidemics are changing—and how we can better address them. Start here for some basics about HIV/AIDS "surveillance." Read More

“Sex is the Question” Survey of Gay and Bi Men

“Sex is the Question” Survey of Gay and Bi Men

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Talk about your sex life and help stop HIV! A new survey is asking gay and bi men to tell all (confidentially) in hopes of understanding how to keep guys healthy and the sex safer. 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

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