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Study Suggests STI Testing and Treatment as Part of PrEP Care May Reduce Bacterial STIs among MSM

Study Suggests STI Testing and Treatment as Part of PrEP Care May Reduce Bacterial STIs among MSM

Mar 1
A joint modeling study suggests that PrEP for HIV prevention, along with testing for and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI), can reduce not only HIV, but also some STIs, even in the presence of some reductions in condom usage.

REPRIEVE Launches Sub-Study on HIV Heart Health

REPRIEVE Launches Sub-Study on HIV Heart Health

By Winnie McCroy | Feb 28
Over the past two years, REPRIEVE has looked at the link between HIV and cardiovascular disease. Now, a new sub-study looks at women.

HIV Prevention Via PrEP for African-American Women

HIV Prevention Via PrEP for African-American Women

Feb 27
African-American women are more likely to be infected with HIV than other women, and many don't know it. So public health officials and advocates are trying to get the word out about PrEP, pre-exposure prophylaxis.

CA PrEP Program Delayed

CA PrEP Program Delayed

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Feb 25
Problems with California's AIDS Drug Assistance Program are leading to the delayed launch of a program that would help people statewide get access to PrEP.

World AIDS Museum to Open 'AIDS Crisis in America: 30 Years of ACT Up'

World AIDS Museum to Open 'AIDS Crisis in America: 30 Years of ACT Up'

Feb 22
The World AIDS Museum and Educational Center (WAM) announces the opening on March 8 of a major new exhibit, "AIDS Crisis in America: 30 Years of ACT UP - A Convergence of Disease, Art and Human Resilience."

NBJC Announces New Directors to Lead Organization's Efforts

NBJC Announces New Directors to Lead Organization's Efforts

Feb 21
The National Black Justice Coalition has expanded its staff and promoted current staff talent with the announcement of two new directors to lead key divisions of the organization's efforts.

Is Supreme Court's Same-Sex HIV Disclosure Ruling On its Way?

Is Supreme Court's Same-Sex HIV Disclosure Ruling On its Way?

By Norm Kent | Feb 20
The legal issue before the court is whether sex between same-sex couples is actually intercourse under Florida statutes. Really.

New HIV Infections Drop 18 Percent In Six Years

New HIV Infections Drop 18 Percent In Six Years

Feb 17
A decline in annual HIV infections signals prevention and treatment efforts in the U.S. are paying off, but not all communities are seeing the same progress.

Scarlett Johansson, Post-Breakup, Resurfaces for amfAR Gala

Scarlett Johansson, Post-Breakup, Resurfaces for amfAR Gala

By John Carucci | Feb 15
Scarlett Johansson made a rare public appearance since news broke that she split with husband, Romain Dauriac. She was honored by amfAR on Wednesday in New York at their annual gala before New York Fashion Week.

HIV Infections Fell 18 Percent in 6 Years

HIV Infections Fell 18 Percent in 6 Years

By Mike Stobbe | Feb 15
New calculations to better track HIV infections confirm that the U.S. is seeing a strong and steady decline.

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