What does PrEP mean for women?

Dr. Flash discusses how PrEP empowers women to take control of their sexual health.

PrEP is a once daily pill for people who do not have HIV who want added protection. When taken every day, PrEP has been shown to be highly effective in protecting against HIV.

PrEP is a significant advance because it provides women with the first HIV prevention tool that they can control themselves.

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