Brazil, the world’s fifth most populous country, will soon make pre-exposure prophylactics available through its publicly funded healthcare system
We spoke with the star of ‘The T with Dr. D,’ a doctor who works with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, for his professional opinions
A new report says that people living with HIV are living longer than they were in the 1990s, but the reason isn’t entirely because of medication.
A Dallas doctor dropped his gay, black patient after the patient asked about PrEP as a way to stay HIV-negative — read the doctor’s letter here.
10 ‘Around the World’ Stories: Scotland Approves PrEP, the Philippines Backtracks on Marriage Equality, LGBTQ Acceptance Helps All Communities
In this look at news from around the world, Scotland’s approved PrEP and studies show that LGBTQ acceptance leads to fewer assaults on all communities
It may seem like a 50-year-old Dutch man has become the third case of PrEP-resistant HIV, but a close look at his sexual history shows how he is different
The future of HIV prevention for gay men in this country seems very uncertain, but this new video campaign by the CDC gives us a seat at the table
You’re at the bar alone. You see a guy across the room. You start exchanging looks. Next, you start exchanging names. After a few Vodka Sodas, you get him home. You’re not on PrEp so you ask him to put on a condom. Annoyed, he agrees. You start riding him. […]
As part of the campaign, a short quiz taken online helps gay and bi men determine their “PrEP Score”—how strong a candidate they are for the once-daily pill
The federal government changed the URL of its HIV and AIDS information site from AIDS.gov to HIV.gov, but the change is more than mere semantics.
If you’re an HIV-negative gay/bi man or trans woman, you could help further research on an HIV medical breakthrough. Here’s the info…
The country’s Ministry of Health launched a public health campaign focusing on the ways to prevent HIV, but they’ve been met with vandalism and censorship