Whether it's for gay men, women or transgender individuals, research on PrEP for many populations is still underway.
The communities most at risk for HIV are often communities with the most stigma around their sex lives. How can we make that connection more apparent?
Will people taking PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) stop using condoms and could this actually lead to an increase in HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?
"It hasn't really hit the Latino community yet," Jesse Hinostroza, an HIV prevention specialist with AltaMed health clinics, said while sitting at a table with a bowl of condoms and a stack of bilingual pamphlets about the pill. "They aren't educated...
In the week when, 34 years ago, The New York Times reported the first cases of what became known as HIV/AIDS, CDC awarded more than $216 million for five years of prevention efforts. The efforts will focus on gay, bisexual and other men who have se...
Is condom use -- or the lack thereof -- the gay community's dirty little secret? Phil Gill talks about condom use and PrEP messaging in his latest blog.
A group of South African activists are demanding access to PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) for HIV prevention as an option for all South Africans who need and want it. They also warn against anti-PrEP propaganda.
"Why can't people just use condoms?" may be the wrong question.
Several states have approved "religious freedom" legislation. Could pharmacists refuse to fill a prescription for Truvada for PrEP if they say they have a religious belief against certain sexual behaviors? The answer, as you may guess, is not simple....
More people are getting on PrEP every day, but some are concerned about drug resistance. Should they be?