PrEP

healthcare

Insurance Will Soon Cover HIV Prevention, But Many People Who Need it Still Won't Have Access

When Corey Walsh began using the drug Truvada, the pills were free but the quarterly lab tests and doctors' visits cost almost $400.
Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
7.11.19
Health

An Open Letter to the Person Who Gave Me HIV

Every time I tell someone I’m positive, I think of you. Not in anger, or resentment, but of the things about you that make me smile.
Beau Newham
6.18.19
Australia Today

Victorian Government Extends Life-Saving HIV Drug Research Trial

Truvada, otherwise known as PrEP, won't be covered under the PBS until March.
Katherine Gillespie
2.12.18
Health

HIV Drug PrEP to Be Publicly Subsidised In Australia

It'll go from $10,000 a year to just a few hundred dollars.
VICE Staff
2.8.18
LGBTQ

How I Make My Mixed HIV Status Relationship Work

I'm HIV positive, but my partner is not. And though science has rendered that difference medically negligible, it's hard to shed decades of stigma overnight.
Jeff Leavell
10.14.17
LGBTQ

2017 Is the Year That HIV Stigma Is Finally Loosening

Studies have proven that having an undetectable viral load means you can't transmit HIV—and people are finally waking up.
Mike Miksche
10.6.17
Health

Australia Might Finally Make HIV-Preventing Medication Affordable

PrEP is 99 percent effective in preventing HIV, but we're currently paying $1000 per month for it.
Katherine Gillespie
8.16.17
LGBTQ

How I Conquered My Fear and Fell in Love with an HIV+ Man

We spent three blissful years together—then a darkness took hold.
Tayte Hanson
6.9.17
10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask

Ten Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Person with HIV

"I don't think I need curing. I take one pill a day, and that being enough to stop me transmitting it, I feel that's all the cure I need."
Morgan Harries
11.8.16
Stuff

Not Being on PrEP Is Making It Harder for Me to Get Laid

Thanks to PrEP, the pill that prevents HIV infection, guys like me who still use condoms are finding it a bit harder to bone.
Brian Moylan
11.4.16
Stuff

Why This Club Owner Is Running Sex Parties for HIV-Positive Men

Richard Keldoulis has made it his mission to keep Amsterdam's gay scene alive.
Thijs Roes
11.4.16
News

Why an AIDS Foundation's Crusade Against PrEP Is on the Wrong Side of History

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has campaigned against a groundbreaking California measure mandating PrEP education—and puts marginalized groups at risk in doing so.
Alexander Cheves
10.6.16
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