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With the advancement in efficacy and tolerability of HIV treatments, individuals with HIV are living longer and longer. However, despite HIV viral load … Read more about Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in HIV
You may have heard by now there's another medication coming out soon that can be used for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). This medication is called Descovy … Read more about PrEP 2.0: How Will It Change Things?
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Getting tested for HIV can be an anxiety-provoking experience for many gay men. Decades of stigma paired with misinformation and antiquated knowledge of how HIV … Read more about Diagnosed with HIV, Now What?
February is American Heart Month so it is only appropriate to highlight cardiovascular health in one way or another. At some point or another, you've heard … Read more about Does HPV lead to increased risk of Cardiovascular Disease?
The CDC recently published data that examined rates of HIV infection and prevalence from 2008-2016. While there were no big surprises, there are some important … Read more about A Recap of Current HIV Trends in MSM
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