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  • Young People In DC Are Diagnosed With HIV At Twice The National Rate

    In a city filled with public health think tanks and policymakers, young people are diagnosed with HIV at almost twice the national rate, according to data from the D.C. Department of Health. Of all 368 diagnoses in 2017, 41 percent were youth: people between the ages of 13 and 24. That same national rate is 21 percent.

    06 August 2018 | WAMU 88.5
  • Elton John On Anti-LGBTQ Prejudice In AIDS Fight: It Makes 'Me F**king Crazy'

    Celebs at the International AIDS Conference spoke out against the prejudice and stigma that hinder efforts to end AIDS.

    25 July 2018 | Huffington Post
  • Men with same-sex partners 28 times more likely to get HIV - U.N.

    Men with same-sex sexual partners are 28 times more likely to contract HIV than their heterosexual counterparts despite a radical reduction in new infections among gay men in Western countries, a U.N. report said on Wednesday. The overall annual number of new HIV infections dropped from a high of 3.4 million in 1996 to 1.8m last year, according to UNAIDS, which co-ordinates the organisation's global response to HIV/Aids.

    19 July 2018 | Thomson Reuters Foundation
  • LGBQ teens more likely than peers to use dangerous drugs

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual or questioning (LGBQ) teens are at substantially higher risk of substance use than their heterosexual peers, according to a new study led by San Diego State University researchers and published in the American Journal of Public Health.

    17 July 2018 | Medical Xpress
  • Long-Acting Injectable PrEP Shows Promise in Reducing HIV Transmission

    A long-acting injectable version of the popular and highly effective HIV prophylactic could be an effective method to prevent transmission of the virus, according to new research. In a computer model where 35% of gay men in the Atlanta community were taking either injectable or oral PrEP, injectable PrEP reduced HIV infections by 44% and oral PrEP by 33%.

    11 July 2018 | MD Magazine
  • Preventing HIV

    A response to Patrick William Kelly's Op-Ed, from Dr. Demetre Daskalakis and Mark Harrington.

    09 July 2018 | New York Times (letter to the editor)
  • Sex, drugs and mental health: What it's like to be a gay man in 2018

    In their own words, gay men discuss their relationships with sex, drugs and mental health.

    06 July 2018 | Shortlist
  • Fears new wonder drug could lead to STI epidemic

    As healthcare spending rises to record highs of more than 10 per cent of our gross domestic product, we must be cautious of policy decisions that might jeopardise our wellbeing and add to a ballooning national healthcare bill. Our political leaders must act now to manage the threat of STIs and protect the health of the wider community.

    04 July 2018 | The Sydney Morning Herald
  • “Safe Gay Sex” Is Still Happening

    The idea of equating “safe sex” to solely condom use is an antiquated notion in the era of PrEP and antiretroviral treatment for those living with HIV.

    04 July 2018 | Medium
  • Let's Talk About Chemsex in the Gay Community, and Here Are Six Ways to Do It

    It is the seductive appeal of chemsex to mitigate shame, loneliness, the search for connection, and even boredom among gay men that I believe is particularly disturbing and that our community must directly confront.

    03 July 2018 | The Body
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