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The HIV Prevention Justice Alliance is excited to announce it has become one of the first national partners of Get Yr Rights: A National LGBTQ Youth Know Your Rights Network. Get Yr Rights aims to build resources to increase the capacity for LGBTQ youth-serving organizations to inform young people of their rights. The network encourages […]
While 2014 has seen numerous advances in the HIV prevention strategy pipeline, more exciting news continues to flow for the outlook of PrEP. Currently the FDA-approved PrEP drug Truvada, has been undergoing trials to determine its level of effectiveness at preventing HIV infection. Two current and ongoing PrEP trials, PROUD (United Kingdom) and IPERGAY (France […]
The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC), home of the HIV Prevention Justice Alliance, releases a statement/op-ed concerning the media coverage of a HIV criminalization case in the state of Illinois. Below is a preview. Read the full statement here. A new case under an outdated HIV criminalization law in Illinois demonstrates the media’s inability to […]