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The growing monkeypox outbreak is increasingly mirroring the disparities of the HIV epidemic.
Gilead, ViiV, NMAC, HRC, NBJC, GLAAD and others offer $5.5 million in grants to help community groups respond to monkeypox.
The FDA has authorized a new administration method that splits a single Jynneos vial to vaccinate five people.
New deputy coordinator Demetre Daskalakis has led the HIV response in New York City and nationwide.
Activists at AIDS 2022 say monkeypox vaccines and treatment are not reaching the gay and bisexual men who need them most.
Stopping transmission among men who have sex with men will protect them now and more vulnerable populations in the future.
While cases in the ongoing outbreak have been among gay and bisexual men, some fear the outbreak could spread beyond this group.
Most cases in the ongoing outbreak have been among gay and bisexual men and are largely associated with sex.
Clinics that treat treat sexually transmitted infections are on the front lines of the rapidly growing monkeypox outbreak.
Gay and bisexual men are struggling to access monkeypox testing and lining up for vaccines.
Wider test availability will help public health officials get a better idea of the extent of the outbreak.
The White House and CDC will offer vaccines to more people at risk, particularly gay and bisexual men.
So far, it appears that people on antiretroviral treatment with well-controlled HIV do not have worse monkeypox outcomes.
Sexual health clinics, sex venues and Pride events can raise awareness and offer targeted services, especially for gay and bi men.
Health officials urge gay and bi men, in particular, to report unusual skin rashes and avoid close contact while symptomatic.
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