September 5, 2017
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If I'm on HIV Meds, Should I Still Consider PrEP?
Our HIV prevention expert Damon Jacobs answers this question: I'm living with HIV and have an undetectable viral load on a regimen that includes Truvada. Since I'm taking Truvada, does that mean it also works as PrEP and can protect me from becoming infected with another strain of HIV?

Need Help Keeping Up With Your Meds?

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If you're on HIV treatment, the goal of a viral load below 50 copies/mL -- a.k.a. undetectable -- may be very much on your mind. If it is, stop in at our Resource Center on Keeping Up With Your HIV Meds. It features lots of information and advice on achieving and maintaining an undetectable viral load, as well as stories from people who have achieved that important goal -- often against the odds.

HIV Discrimination at a Martial Arts School
Our new expert on legal issues and HIV, Ronda B. Goldfein, Esq., answers this question: I've been taking full-contact karate lessons for many years. My old dojo (which bars people with HIV from training with others) and my new dojo (which does not) are holding a group event, and they disagree about whether I can participate. What's your take?

Great HIV Care Means More Than "Doctor" and "Patient"

Bridging the Gap: HIV

What's Worse: Avoiding Meds or Forgetting Doses?
Our HIV treatment expert Ben Young, M.D., Ph.D., answers this question: My CD4 count is 784. I don't want to take antiretrovirals: I'm afraid I will forget to take them sometimes, since I'm always busy at work. Why can't there be an HIV medication I can take just once a year?