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  • Is Zimbabwe’s condom use per person the highest in the world?

    Zimbabwe had 157 million male and female condoms available in 2015 and a relatively high self-reported use of condoms among adults who have multiple sexual partnerships. But is their condom use per capita the highest in the world?

    09 August 2016 | Africa Check
  • Give young people and gay men free condoms to reduce STIs, watchdog says

    Draft guidance from Nice says councils should consider schemes to provide free advice and condoms to halt rise in HIV and gonorrhoea.

    05 August 2016 | The Guardian
  • With 20 Billion Condoms and 3 Million People on PrEP, Could We Reach the UNAIDS HIV Prevention Goal in 5 Years?

    Can we reduce the total number of new HIV infections that happen worldwide every year, from 2 million to 500,000—in five years?

    19 July 2016 | BETA blog
  • Placing pleasure at the heart of safe sex

    There’s a new sex toy in town – an erotic accessory that increases sexual pleasure and keeps you safe. Because it’s such a potent weapon in combatting HIV the government is distributing them to all corners of the country. Now they just have to persuade young people to use them.

    21 June 2016 | Health-e
  • Durex condoms withdrawn in Russia

    Russia has banned the widely popular Durex condoms over a bureaucratic issue regarding the products’ registration, according to the country’s health authorities.

    17 June 2016 | The Guardian
  • Kremlin Experts Blame Condoms for Russian HIV Epidemic

    Kremlin-backed experts have described condoms as the main cause of Russia HIV epidemic, the Kommersant newspaper reported Tuesday. The report from the Russian Institute for Strategic Research (RISR) described the country's HIV problem as part of information war against Russia.

    01 June 2016 | Moscow Times
  • Demon or savior? Aids activist at war to make condoms in porn the law

    At the entrance to the Aids Healthcare Foundation, a staffer wears a red T-shirt bearing the slogan “Condoms are Cool”. Down the hallway is the office of Michael Weinstein, the forthright head of the billion-dollar not-for-profit organization who is the first to volunteer that he is regarded as a “condom Nazi”.

    25 May 2016 | The Guardian
  • New Zealand: "Community, testing and meds will stop HIV"

    A concerted community response, testing, drug treatments and condoms are all now needed if NZ is to see the end of the HIV epidemic, according to the New Zealand AIDS Foundation. Although the organisation initially resisted reliance on drug-based prevention approaches, in recent years it has cautiously embraced the techniques.

    17 May 2016 | GayNZ.com
  • 'Female' Condoms Cost Too Much: A Call for HIV Prevention Equality for Receptive Sex Partners

    What if female condoms cost the same as male condoms? The FC2 (the only female condom brand currently available in the U.S.) typically costs between $2 to $3.50 each, three to four times that of a typical male condom selling commercially for less than $1.

    13 April 2016 | The Body
  • PrEP’s arrival in San Francisco coincided with accelerated increase in sexual risk taking in gay and bi men

    The recent upswing in use of Truvada (tenofovir/emtricitabine) as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among men who have sex with men (MSM) in San Francisco coincided with an acceleration in the already increasing rates of sexual risk taking and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among this population. Whether PrEP’s uptake among local men has in fact influenced the change in these rates, however, remains unclear.

    29 March 2016 | Poz
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