Tags » HIV Prevention
The moment someone is diagnosed with HIV, it can feel like a clock starts ticking. Time’s wasting. So why waste time? Start taking medication right away. 406 more words
Normally, you take medicine when you have an infection. But now you can take medicine to prevent an infection – specifically HIV.
The prevention strategy called PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) involves taking a pill called Truvada once a day to prevent infection in case you are exposed to HIV. 344 more words
Professor Matt G. Mutchler examines HIV prevention with focus on communication among young Black gay and bisexual men
You may be eligible to participant in an HIV prevention research study at the Hope Clinic. There are a variety of different HIV prevention methods that are in development: HIV vaccines, medications to prevent HIV infection (Pre- exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)), and antibody research, to name a few. 531 more words
Structural interventions aim to improve health outcomes by altering the social, economic, and legal-political environment in which health processes and outcomes are embedded (Blankenship, et al., 2006; Parkhurst, 2013). 192 more words