A review of evidence on a range of effective interventions to reduce the risk of HIV transmission among people who inject drugs.
Research Update: Youth Who Use Drugs Who Cannot Access Addiction Treatment Are Twice as Likely to Start Injecting
Researchers found that youth who used cocaine, crack, heroin or methamphetamines, but who had never injected, were twice as likely to start injecting after being unable to access addiction treatment.
If you're looking for resources to inform an evidence-based decision, guidelines are a key tool.
David Fawcett, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. admits he was a bit shocked by seeing rainbow-colored syringe packs, but asks, "Can we really afford not to utilize every tool we have to prevent HIV and HCV?"
A single intramuscular dose of long-acting rilpivirine (Edurant) significantly lowered HIV in rectal tissue but not in vaginal or cervical tissue, according to a recent study.
Four London Clinics Report Dramatic Drops in HIV Incidence in Gay Men: PrEP, Early Testing and Early ART Are Likely to Be Key
At the end of December, several leading London sexual health clinics used social media to report significant drops in number of gay men who were diagnosed HIV positive during 2016.
New data released for New York show that this major city with high HIV prevalence is steadily reducing the number of new infections.
HIV-positive individuals with a viral load below 200 while on antiretroviral therapy did not transmit HIV to steady sex partners during more than one year of condomless sex.
Recognizing Collective Efforts, 85 Leaders From 19 Nations Receive 2016 Omololu Falobi HIV Prevention Advocacy Award
On 10th anniversary of Omololu Falobi's passing, the HIV award in his name celebrates the entire movement by acknowledging all advocates who were nominated, each of whom represents thousands of others.
"Let's not throw condoms out with the bath water!" Shaun Barcavage, N.P., writes. "They still have a role to play in protecting the sexual health of gay men -- since they can protect against STIs in addition to HIV."