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Tag Archives: PrEP

Who’s been using PEP—and would they benefit from PrEP?

Who’s been using PEP—and would they benefit from PrEP?

, by Emily Newman

An analysis of 15 years of clinical data shows an increase in the use of post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent HIV, and could have implications for PrEP use. Read More

Injectable PrEP: The Next Order of the Day

Injectable PrEP: The Next Order of the Day

, by Emily Newman

Two studies are currently investigating a possible long-acting injected version of PrEP. Find out more about this research and what it could mean for HIV prevention. Read More

PrEP and Drug Resistance: Cause for Concern?

PrEP and Drug Resistance: Cause for Concern?

, by Emily Newman

A new study examines HIV drug resistance associated with PrEP, and what it could mean as this highly-effective prevention strategy becomes more prevalent. Read More

Dr. Robert Grant: What Does Ipergay Tell Us About PrEP and ‘Seasons of Risk’?

Dr. Robert Grant: What Does Ipergay Tell Us About PrEP and ‘Seasons of Risk’?

, by Emily Newman

Dr. Robert Grant tells us how results from the Ipergay study inform guidance on how to stop taking PrEP if it’s no longer needed. Read More

CROI 2015: Partners PrEP Demo project: Near Elimination of HIV Transmission with ART and PrEP

CROI 2015: Partners PrEP Demo project: Near Elimination of HIV Transmission with ART and PrEP

, by Emily Newman

New data from CROI show that that PrEP is effective as a temporary “bridge” in serodiscordant couples until viral suppression is achieved. Read More