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Oct 29 2014

HIV drug you take just before sex to prevention transmission - NAT comment

The French PrEP trial ANRS IPERGAY announced today that trial participants on the placebo arm of its study should be immediately offered PrEP because they had found 'a very significant reduction in the risk of HIV infection in the on demand PrEP group'.  This comes two weeks after the announcement by the PROUD trial in the UK that participants in the 'deferred PrEP arm' would be immediately offered PrEP because of the significant protective effect for those taking it. Read the full article
Oct 16 2014

NAT comments on PROUD study interim results on PrEP

Today, the PROUD study interim analysis finds pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is highly protective against HIV for gay men and other men who have sex with men in the UK. Yusef Azad, director of policy and campaigns at NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments.

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