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The New Basics of HIV Prevention: Word on the Street in Provincetown, Mass.

October 6, 2016

People with HIV on treatment that suppresses HIV to very low levels have negligible risk of HIV transmission. And HIV-negative people can take Truvada to ensure that they don't acquire HIV.

It's exciting news. But is the word getting out?

TheBody.com's prevention expert Damon L. Jacobs, LMFT, and intrepid videographer Tim McCarthy took to the summer streets of Provincetown to ask gay men (including YouTube's Davey Wavey) what they've heard, and what they are doing.

Here's what they found out.



JD Davids is the managing editor for TheBody.com and TheBodyPRO.com.

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