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Strut evaluation report: More diversity, improved outcomes, and more room to grow

Strut evaluation report: More diversity, improved outcomes, and more room to grow

, by Jen Hecht, MPH

A new evaluation shows expanding services and more services provided to priority communities. But, improvements can be made in some areas. Read More

Sixth case of rare PrEP failure reported—here’s what to know.

Sixth case of rare PrEP failure reported—here’s what to know.

, by Emily Land

A case of PrEP failure due to transmitted drug resistance was reported at IDWeek 2018. Chris Hall, MD shares what this means for people currently taking PrEP. Read More

San Francisco reaches new historic low number of HIV infections in 2017

San Francisco reaches new historic low number of HIV infections in 2017

, by Emily Land

Progress is uneven, with data showing HIV prevention efforts are not adequately reaching people of color, trans women, people experiencing homelessness and people who inject drugs. Read More

How an overdose prevention site will reduce public injecting

How an overdose prevention site will reduce public injecting

, by Emily Land

Overdose prevention sites reduce public injecting, discarded syringes, save cities money, and more. Read More

Hormone levels not affected by PrEP in trans women

Hormone levels not affected by PrEP in trans women

, by Liz Highleyman

Using PrEP for HIV prevention does not lower levels of feminizing hormones, and hormones only slightly reduce tenofovir levels according to new research. Read More