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What does it cost to go on PrEP?

So PrEP is either low cost or free for most people. If they have insurance, like I said, it’s usually free. There are also co-pay assistance programs that can assist with the co-pay. And for people who are uninsured, there are actually programs that actually do cover PrEP.

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