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Allowing Insurers to Dictate Therapies Harms People Living with HIV

Allowing Insurers to Dictate Therapies Harms People Living with HIV

January 28, 2019, by

A new proposed rule by the Trump Administration could remove Medicare Part D protections, giving insurance companies the power to restrict access to medications that people living with HIV need. Read More

How do meth and other stimulants affect viral suppression?

How do meth and other stimulants affect viral suppression?

January 24, 2019, by

Researcher Adam Carrico, PhD answers questions about how stimulant drugs influence a person’s ability to get to undetectable. Read More

How do we define “undetectable” in HIV prevention?

How do we define “undetectable” in HIV prevention?

January 22, 2019, by

The test we use to measure viral load dictates what we call “undetectable.” What does that mean for prevention and care? Read More

High rates of undiagnosed infection among Black trans women

High rates of undiagnosed infection among Black trans women

January 14, 2019, by

New research shows low rates of HIV diagnosis among Black trans women, but high rates of treatment among those who know their status. Read More

PrEP home delivery study brings PrEP to young men of color

PrEP home delivery study brings PrEP to young men of color

January 8, 2019, by

A recent study called PrEPTECH investigated the feasibility and acceptance of “telehealth” PrEP care. Read More