Not enough Americans are getting the proper testing, treatment and prevention for HIV according to the CDC. In its Vital Signs report released on December 3, … Read more about HIV Testing, Treatment, & Prevention Statistics Continue to Underwhelm
Anal cancer rates have increased over the past 15 years according to a team from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Their research, which … Read more about Anal Cancer Rates on the Rise
There is some misinformation about our practice regarding screening and treatment of HPV-related anal disease that is floating around on social media. This … Read more about Dr. Gurley Sets the Record Straight on Anal Cancer Screening, STIs and more
Update: FDA approved Descovy for PrEP on October 3, 2019. You may have heard there's now another medication on the market that can be used for HIV … Read more about PrEP 2.0: How Will It Change Things?
I recently had a patient come into the office for STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing because he had received an anonymous text message alerting him … Read more about Is Anonymous STI Notification Sending the Wrong Message?
If you have been paying attention even a little, you have probably heard the words "super gonorrhea" over the past few years. It is true that there are some … Read more about New Treatment for Gonorrhea Looks Promising
2017 was a record-breaking year but maybe not for the reasons we would have hoped. The number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) reached an all-time high … Read more about STI Rates Continue to Rise
Jeremiah Robinson PA-C discusses PrEP and answers FAQs HIV continues to infect around 50,000 people in the United States each year, where 65 percent of newly … Read more about PrEP: It’s Time for a Refresher