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Spotlight on Kareem Youngblood

Kareem Youngblood‘s commitment to making a difference in the lives of Brooklyn’s at-risk youth is summed up in a quote presented in a recent magazine article: “I want to connect and get through to , and that’s what I take most pride in.” As the Prevention Supervisor of CAMBA’s Young Men’s Health Project (YMHP), Kareem was recently featured in Amida Care’s PRIDE Magazine’s… 470 more words

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A side-effect of preventing HIV with PrEP: Less condom use

As condom use falls, will other infections spread?

From NBC News online

A pill that protects people from the AIDS virus may be driving down use of condoms, Australian researchers reported Wednesday. 330 more words

HIV Prevention

Own Your Status

In life, we have a lot of different statuses. There’s economic status, social status, relationship status and the list goes on and on. Quite often, we may be confused as to what our status is regarding one of these topics. 315 more words

Lifestyle

Gay Men Still Don’t Believe Undetectable = Untransmittable

From Logo online

Last September, on National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) declared that men with HIV who have an undetectable viral load—levels of HIV in the blood that are below the threshold of detection—are unable to transmit HIV to their partners. 216 more words

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An unconventional method of aids prevention in Kenya

How did you get educated about sexual transmission of HIV?

On my way to the bus station in Nairobi I came across this gentleman on the picture. 152 more words

Understanding Status: Migration and PrEP

Continuing from the identity based focus of my last few posts, in this post I will explore the immigrant populations in the U.S. in relation to HIV prevention and access to PrEP, specifically in relation to Latinx populations. 314 more words

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Breaking Barriers, Towards Success

As discussed in my last post, there are many barriers that block transwomen from receiving proper access to PrEP. The article ‘I am not a man’: Trans-specific barriers and facilitators to PrEP acceptability among transgender women… 319 more words

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