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Basics & Resources Accessing PrEP



Getting Yourself Prepared for PrEP
Project Inform's flow chart is useful for accessing services and covering costs related to PrEP.

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PrEP and HIV Prevention Top Content

Learn About PrEP for HIV Prevention
As more people consider pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention, the options for expanding knowledge about PrEP are, well, expanding. TheBody.com took a quick look at a handful of accessible resources for PrEP information and support.


Do HIV-Negative Gay Men Need Condoms if They're on PrEP?
PrEP is a game-changer in so many ways. One of the biggest changes is that we can reasonably start looking at risk in various types of sexual encounters.


HIV Treatment as Prevention (TasP)
The risk of acquiring HIV from someone with undetectable viral load is virtually zero. Thus, adherence to an HIV treatment regimen is one of the most important methods of HIV prevention. This strategy is now known as treatment as prevention (TasP).


Can HIV-Positive People Have Babies?
If you think HIV-positive people can't have babies, then we have some news for you. presented in this infographic.




Intimacy Across HIV Statuses
Throughout the history of HIV, the condition has had a profound impact on relationships. But today, we have the science on HIV and prevention to drop the fear of infection, and to love out loud.


HIV Transmission

Am I Too Worried About Getting HIV?Am I Too Worried About Getting HIV?

TheBody.com's team of experts help readers separate healthy caution from unnecessary worry.

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10 Common Fears About HIV Transmission10 Common Fears About HIV Transmission

We've received more than 100,000 questions in our "Ask the Experts" forums from people agonizing over a possible HIV exposure. No doubt, the uncertainty can be terrifying. But many common fears about exposure do not pose real HIV risk.


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