PrEP es una píldora que se toma una vez al día, para las personas que no tienen VIH, y quieren protección adicional. La mayoría de las personas pagan poco o nada por PrEP. Averigua si PrEP es una buena opción para ti.
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PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) both prevent HIV, but what's the difference? Find out in this short animated video!
In their own words, women talk about their decisions to go on PrEP, what it has meant for them, and why they want more women to know about this option.
Greater Than AIDS is proud to feature the NEW PrEP Locator - a national database of more than 1,200 PrEP providers.- powered by Emory University.
Los nuevos videos de "¡Hablemos de PrEP!" presentan a latinos quienes comparten sus experiencias personales con PrEP y lo que ha significado para ellos.
The latest installment of the popular Greater Than AIDS YouTube series #AskTheHIVDoc is “All about PrEP!” Because HIV should never stand in the way of LOVE!
Can you start and stop taking PrEP? If you find yourself interested in starting then stopping PrEP, Dr. David reviews some things you should consider.
Real life stories about how PrEP - the pill to prevent HIV - is helping people take charge of their health.
As long as you're taking PrEP as prescribed, consuming drugs and alcohol should not directly affect how well PrEP works. However, substance use may affect how consistently you take the medication, and missing doses can lower the effectiveness of PrEP.