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AIDS 2014 Sneak Preview

AIDS 2014 Sneak Preview

, by alice freda

What’s in store at AIDS 2014? Here’s a sneak peek at the most anticipated topics at the 20th International AIDS Conference, starting next week in Melbourne. Read More

PrEPared to Fight: A Woman-Centered Approach to HIV Prevention

PrEPared to Fight: A Woman-Centered Approach to HIV Prevention

, by Heather Boerner

Poppy Hillsborough entered SF General with babies on her mind. See how PrEP and other new prevention tools help women like her start families with their HIV-positive partners. Read More

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

, by Liz Highleyman

Three studies estimate HIV risk by sex act and HIV prevention approach. How applicable are their findings to the “real world”? Read More

Real Talk: Undetectable—The New Negative?

Real Talk: Undetectable—The New Negative?

, by Liz Highleyman

"We have to think about what it means to have sex today—in 2014, not in 1992.” See what “undetectable” and PrEP mean for sex, status, and stigma in this forum report. Read More

Rapid Changes Possible in Semen Viral Load, Study Finds

Rapid Changes Possible in Semen Viral Load, Study Finds

, by Reilly O'Neal

HIV levels in semen may differ from viral load in blood and can even change from hour to hour. What—if anything—does this mean for “treatment as prevention”? Read More