Damon L. Jacobs, L.M.F.T.Q&A Expert
Damon L. Jacobs is a New York-based licensed marriage and family therapist and HIV prevention specialist who focuses his work on health, love, Social Justice and pleasure. Through his clinical practice, Damon has helped hundreds of couples and individuals create joyful and peaceful relationships. He is also the author of the books Rational Relating and Absolutely Should-Less.
He is best known for championing the use of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) through his work in the media including MSNBC, NPR, Vice TV, Here! TV, as well as The New York Times, USA Today, Out magazine, and many more. He is featured as one of "35 Leading HIV Activists" by The Advocate Magazine, one of the "12 Influential Voices in HIV/AIDS for 2015" by Healthline Magazine, part of the "HIV Heroes" series through Metrosource Magazine, and one of the "10 Most Captivating Voices of 2014" by HIV Equal. His trainings have helped thousands learn practical skills for successfully implementing PrEP and increasing adherence. To speak with Damon about counseling, speaking engagements, or media appearances, please contact Damon@DamonLJacobs.com or call 347-227-7707.
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The Infectious Diseases Society of America reported on June 29, 2018, that a new HIV acquisition had been found in a person using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
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We break down the information to address some of the top questions that HIV educators and care providers are likely to hear from people who are on PrEP, considering PrEP use or living with HIV.