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New Vaginal Ring As HIV Prevention, Contraceptive

New Vaginal Ring As HIV Prevention, Contraceptive

A new vaginal ring will soon be able to prevent HIV and be used as a contraceptive.

By: Alex Kopel

New Vaginal Ring As HIV Prevention, Contraceptive

By: Alex Kopel
May 11th
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May 11th
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Researchers Successfully Eliminate HIV… In Mice

Researchers Successfully Eliminate HIV… In Mice

Researchers have used a gene editing technique to successfully remove HIV from lab mice infected with the virus.

By: Alex Kopel

Researchers Successfully Eliminate HIV… In Mice

By: Alex Kopel
May 4th
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May 4th
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Researchers Successfully Eliminate HIV… In Mice

Study Questions Generic Over Brand-Name Antiretrovirals

Study Questions Generic Over Brand-Name Antiretrovirals

Researchers are exploring the ways that generic HIV medication can save consumers money.

By: Alex Kopel

Study Questions Generic Over Brand-Name Antiretrovirals

By: Alex Kopel
May 2nd
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May 2nd
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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

What Women Want - A New UNAIDS Initiative

What Women Want - A New UNAIDS Initiative

UNAIDS has just released #WhatWomenWant, a new campaign that allows women and girls to tackle issues related to HIV and reproductive health and rights.

By: Alex Kopel

What Women Want - A New UNAIDS Initiative

By: Alex Kopel
April 13th
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April 13th
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What Women Want - A New UNAIDS Initiative

How Decriminalizing Sex Work Can Reduce HIV Prevalence in Sex Workers

How Decriminalizing Sex Work Can Reduce HIV Prevalence in Sex Workers

The legalization of sex work could lead to fewer sex workers contracting HIV, according to a new study published in The Lancet HIV.

By: Alex Kopel

How Decriminalizing Sex Work Can Reduce HIV Prevalence in Sex Workers

By: Alex Kopel
April 10th
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April 10th
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How Decriminalizing Sex Work Can Reduce HIV Prevalence in Sex Workers

“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

It is important that content like this is made to depict black cis-gender, heterosexual characters.

By: Jayce Baron

“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

By: Jayce Baron
April 4th
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April 4th
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“90 Days” Explores Relationships, HIV and the Resilience of Black Love

Vietnamese Study Seeks to Link Stigma Reduction With Increase In HIV Care

Vietnamese Study Seeks to Link Stigma Reduction With Increase In HIV Care

The fear of stigma and discrimination can discourage HIV-positive people from disclosing their HIV status and engaging in medical services.

By: Alex Kopel

Vietnamese Study Seeks to Link Stigma Reduction With Increase In HIV Care

By: Alex Kopel
March 30th
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March 30th
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Vietnamese Study Seeks to Link Stigma Reduction With Increase In HIV Care

A 2015 Study Helps Providers Increase PrEP Adherence Among Patients Today

A 2015 Study Helps Providers Increase PrEP Adherence Among Patients Today

PrEP has a low rate of initiation, and an even lower rate of adherence, with many men stopping the drug after the first few months.

By: Alex Kopel

A 2015 Study Helps Providers Increase PrEP Adherence Among Patients Today

By: Alex Kopel
March 29th
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March 29th
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A 2015 Study Helps Providers Increase PrEP Adherence Among Patients Today

Eliminating Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV In the U.S. Is Possible, Study

Eliminating Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV In the U.S. Is Possible, Study

The U.S. has made huge gains in the last few decades in reducing mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of HIV. Only 69 babies were born with the virus in 2013.

By: Alex Kopel

Eliminating Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV In the U.S. Is Possible, Study

By: Alex Kopel
March 27th
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March 27th
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Eliminating Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV In the U.S. Is Possible, Study