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Survey Regarding Safe and Appropriate Access to PrEP for Women in the U.S.

November 30, 2012

Earlier this year, SisterLove, a reproductive justice organization for women that focuses on HIV/AIDS and is based in Atlanta, met with a group of women advocates from across the U.S. to talk about how to make PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) safely and appropriately accessible to women in the U.S. who want to use it. They have developed this survey to make sure that the views of transgender women, sex workers and active drug users are represented in their discussions.

We invite any and all women to complete this survey by January 1, 2013. Your input is greatly appreciated and will assist SisterLove in this important discussion about the role of PrEP in the lives of women in the U.S. Feel free to pass this survey along to whatever lists, friends or colleagues you think are appropriate.

For more information, please contact Anna Forbes at annaforbes@earthlink.net or (301) 946-4269,(610) 662-1261.




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