HIV/AIDS

The Moral Hazard Paradox of PrEP and Condom Use

The Moral Hazard Paradox of PrEP and Condom Use

A recent study out of Australia now represents one of the strongest evidence bases for the association between PrEP and decreased condom use in men who have sex with men (MSM). How does a moral hazard framework impact stigma and harm reduction principles in HIV prevention?

HIV Care for Trans Women

HIV Care for Trans Women

The Fenway Institute published a guide on how providers can help trans women living with HIV remain in care and achieve better health outcomes. Here we explore the barriers that these patients face and the ways that healthcare professionals might help patients overcome them.

HIV Prevention Meets the Vaginal Ring

HIV Prevention Meets the Vaginal Ring

New data from two clinical trials confirm suspicions that vaginal ring HIV prevention works better than originally observed. However, research must be built, conducted and disseminated in a way that gives service providers the tools and language they need to empower decision-making in all consumers, regardless of gender expression or sexual preferences.

PrEP and Disability Insurance: It's Everybody's Issue

PrEP and Disability Insurance: It's Everybody's Issue

More people have access to Truvada for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention than ever before, but stigmatizing barriers and misinformation remain. PrEP and PEP are not just for gay men, and when taken correctly, are effective at preventing HIV infection in all people.

Why Fewer Young People are Getting Tested for HIV

Why Fewer Young People are Getting Tested for HIV

A new study lists the reasons that young people of various demographic groups, including sexual minorities, are less likely to be tested for HIV than older adults are.