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Study: Remembering To Take HIV Meds Obstacle to Drug Adherence

Study: Remembering To Take HIV Meds Obstacle to Drug Adherence

Adherence to a proper HIV regimen of ART enables HIV-positive people to have healthy immune systems, fight off infections, and prevent various cancers.

By: Alex Kopel

Study: Remembering To Take HIV Meds Obstacle to Drug Adherence

By: Alex Kopel
May 22nd
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Study: Remembering To Take HIV Meds Obstacle to Drug Adherence

Ending Stigma One Photo At A Time

Ending Stigma One Photo At A Time

...I let people into the most intimate moments of my life - to help others who are afraid to be tested or to live publicly with their truth to know that they can do it.

By: George M. Johnson

Ending Stigma One Photo At A Time

By: George M. Johnson
May 19th
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May 19th
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Ending Stigma One Photo At A Time

San Francisco Youth Clinics Help Adolescents Access PrEP

San Francisco Youth Clinics Help Adolescents Access PrEP

Studies show that youth are a priority for HIV prevention messages because it's easier to change people’s behavior before they develop their sexual habits.

By: Stephen Lucin

San Francisco Youth Clinics Help Adolescents Access PrEP

By: Stephen Lucin
May 18th
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May 18th
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San Francisco Youth Clinics Help Adolescents Access PrEP

Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

Jayce Baron explores Lee Daniels' recent article discussing HIV, his struggles with suicide, HIV "bug chasers," and survival.

By: Jayce Baron

Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

By: Jayce Baron
May 12th
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May 12th
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Lee Daniels, Suicide, Bug Chasing and Survival

PrEP Use Doesn’t Lead to Risky Sex, Researchers

PrEP Use Doesn’t Lead to Risky Sex, Researchers

Researchers seek to dispel the idea that a PrEP prescription will lead to risky sexual behavior among patients.

By: Alex Kopel

PrEP Use Doesn’t Lead to Risky Sex, Researchers

By: Alex Kopel
May 9th
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May 9th
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PrEP Use Doesn’t Lead to Risky Sex, Researchers

Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

Biomedical advances in HIV prevention, such as PrEP, are part of a global effort to end the AIDS epidemic. Talk of “cures” and “breakthroughs” makes for exciting news stories, but new research suggests that overly optimistic news reporting on experimental studies in HIV prevention may affect individuals’ risk behaviors in potentially damaging ways. In a recent study , HIV prevention researchers analyzed the effects of “hypothetical” news stories on the HIV risk perception and predicted risk behavior of 242 sexually active men who have sex with men (MSM). These news stories reported fabricated biomedical breakthroughs in HIV. For example, one such article claimed “New HIV Vaccine Effective in Humans”
By: Grant Schleifer

Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

By: Grant Schleifer
May 8th
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May 8th
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Study: Effects of HIV News Stories on Risk Behavior

ACON Australia Creates New HIV Prevention Campaign

ACON Australia Creates New HIV Prevention Campaign

Australia's largest LGBTI organization aims to stay in step with its community by redefining HIV prevention.

By: Alex Kopel

ACON Australia Creates New HIV Prevention Campaign

By: Alex Kopel
May 1st
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May 1st
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ACON Australia Creates New HIV Prevention Campaign

Studies Explore How To Get Gay Men To Think About Safer Sex

Studies Explore How To Get Gay Men To Think About Safer Sex

Risk behavior prevention interventions for HIV-negative gay men can significantly impact safe sex behaviors.

By: Alex Kopel

Studies Explore How To Get Gay Men To Think About Safer Sex

By: Alex Kopel
April 28th
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April 28th
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Studies Explore How To Get Gay Men To Think About Safer Sex

Transgender Women In San Francisco Are Highly At-Risk For HIV

Transgender Women In San Francisco Are Highly At-Risk For HIV

An estimated 28 percent or more of transgender women in the U.S. and nearly 40 percent in San Francisco are living with HIV.

By: Alex Kopel

Transgender Women In San Francisco Are Highly At-Risk For HIV

By: Alex Kopel
April 27th
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April 27th
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Transgender Women In San Francisco Are Highly At-Risk For HIV

Love @ First Night – TV Series Explores Uncomfortable Events In New Relationships

Love @ First Night – TV Series Explores Uncomfortable Events In New Relationships

There comes a pivotal point in every new relationship where you have to be completely transparent with the person you are dating.

By: Jayce Baron

Love @ First Night – TV Series Explores Uncomfortable Events In New Relationships

By: Jayce Baron
April 26th
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Love @ First Night – TV Series Explores Uncomfortable Events In New Relationships