Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) may be prescribed for individuals at very high risk of HIV infection. PrEP includes a daily regimen of HIV medicines taken to lower the chances of infection. If you are considering PrEp, we are happy to provide you with a comfortable, safe atmosphere to ask questions and get the care you need.
According to the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, "HIV/AIDS is still a major issue in our community. Gay and bisexual men and transgender women represent the majority of new infections occurring in the U.S. each year, and the numbers are on the rise. In major U.S. cities today, about one in five men who have sex with men is HIV positive. And far too many don't even know they are infected."
We have more resources now to prevent and treat HIV than ever before - so reach out to us and let us help.
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For more general information on PrEP/PEP, see the CDC PrEP Basics website.