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PrEP Messaging for Black Women Must Include Compassion and Respect

Three women of color—an HIV physician, a public health researcher, and a sexual health advisor—speak about the role of providers in improving services and experiences for women.

By Bakita Kasadha
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New PrEP Guidelines Aim to Expand Access, but Uptake Will Depend on Clinicians

For the CDC's proposed updates to PrEP guidelines to be effective, clinicians will need to start talking about sexual health.

By Larry Buhl

This Week in HIV Research: The Realities of PrEP

June 17, 2021: PrEP awareness vs. PrEP willingness among young Black women; acute HIV infection during PrEP initiation; real-world PrEP efficacy; HIV rates by U.S. region among transgender people.

By Barbara Jungwirth and Myles Helfand
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This Week in HIV Research: Missing the Message

May 13, 2021: Disparities in U=U awareness; sexual satisfaction trends among PLWH; PrEP use among cis women; HCV epidemiology in trans women.

By Barbara Jungwirth and Myles Helfand
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Oregon Poised to Be Third State to Allow Pharmacist-Prescribed PrEP

Will Oregon’s new bill allowing PrEP without a doctor's prescription improve upon similar laws in California and Colorado?

By Larry Buhl
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CROI 2021 Highlights: New HIV Research With Clinical Impact

Here's a walkthrough of some of the most compelling stories coming out of the year's biggest HIV science meeting to date.

By Myles Helfand
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This Week in HIV Research: We Need to Better Serve Our Teens

April 8, 2021: PrEP “contemplation” and uptake among adolescents; adolescent perception of HIV risk; HIV diagnosis rates among transgender people; PrEP and HIV incidence in Scotland.

By Barbara Jungwirth and Myles Helfand
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As CROI 2021 Attests, the PrEP Revolution Is Coming

Analysis from David Alain Wohl, M.D., on new research in on HIV prevention, especially in areas that will expand and transform PrEP options.

By David Alain Wohl, M.D.

Long-Acting ART Is Here. How Do We Make It Work for Our Patients?

Injectable HIV interventions are a game-changing new option for people dealing with pill fatigue, but there are implementation challenges for clinicians to consider.

By Larry Buhl
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How Can Clinics Become Safer Places for Transgender Women to Access PrEP?

Researchers recommend PrEP programs be linked to a gender-affirming care clinic, to build trust and retain patients in care.

By Mathew Rodriguez