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An East Harlem HIV prevention campaign focuses on Black and Latino New Yorkers at higher risk.
Enrollees in the national Ready, Set, PrEP program can now have their meds delivered via mail at no cost.
PrEPception, breast feeding and HIV trial participation are front and center in updated federal guidelines.
Studies of the link between tenofovir use and coronavirus infection or COVID-19 outcomes have yielded mixed results.
Teva’s new version of TDF and emtricitabine doesn’t offer much of a price break, but that could come next spring.
A low-cost generic version of Truvada as PrEP will hit the market September 30.
Safeway and other Albertsons pharmacies will also participate, allowing uninsured clients to fill PrEP prescriptions at no cost.
Scripts and testing don’t require visits to the doc thanks to this partnership between Texas Health Action and the telemedicine portals.
The assurance arrives as the pharma giant cuts off most emergency access to remdesivir, a potential COVID-19 treatment.
Both Truvada and Descovy are highly effective and safe for most people taking PrEP, but the newer option has more cost barriers.
Treatment as prevention is a great thing. But everything about these meds, including the drug info in the black boxes, is important.
The U.S. Health Department launched “Ready, Set, PrEP” to provide the HIV prevention med at no cost.
The pop star’s party is named after the HIV prevention drug and is meant as an homage to ’80s-era queer nightlife.
“Living with HIV or not…we’re fighting this together.”
Beginning January 1, pharmacists can provide an initial supply of the pills that prevent HIV.
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