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Unsure about that online date? A new service can check in and make sure you're OK afterwards

published: March, 21, 2018 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Social Media, Gay Men, Current Affairs, Revolving Door, Media, Guest Authors

The service is a response to the ongoing Bruce McArthur investigation, creators say

Unsure about that online date? A new service can check in and make sure you're OK afterwards

Haran Vijayanathan says the program will be useful 'whether it’s a hookup or a date or somebody who you’re meeting for the first time.' (Nick Boisvert/CBC) A Toronto-based community health organization has launched a new service that can confirm someone's whereabouts and well-being after a date with a stranger. The creators of the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention's (ASAAP) SAFE program say it will be particularly useful to LGBT people from marginalized communities. "When we sa

'We dropped the ball': Some Indigenous people had access to HIV drug for years without knowing

published: January, 05, 2018 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Social Media, Activism, As Prevention , Current Affairs, Treatment Guidelines -including when to start, Health, Revolving Door, Treatment, Living with HIV, Media, Guest Authors

It shows gaps and fissures within our heath-care delivery system,' activist says of Truvada coverage. From CBC News, this report by Angela Sterritt.

 'We dropped the ball': Some Indigenous people had access to HIV drug for years without knowing

Two-spirit activist Harlan Pruden says First Nations organizations failed Indigenous people by not disseminating enough information about a groundbreaking HIV/AIDS treatment. When two-spirit organizer and HIV/AIDS activist Harlan Pruden heard the news that the preventative drug PrEP was now available cost-free in B.C. he was elated. "It's phenomenal news that B.C.'s community now has access to this evidence-based, effective HIV prevention intervention," Pruden said. But he said v

Ontario to cover HIV prevention pill under public health plan

published: September, 22, 2017 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Activism, Social Media, As Prevention , Current Affairs, Treatment Guidelines -including when to start, General Health, Health, Revolving Door, Treatment, Media, Guest Authors

Once-daily pill contains two anti-HIV drugs that reduce the risk of sexual transmission of virus

Ontario to cover HIV prevention pill under public health plan

Generic versions of pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP to prevent HIV are becoming more available in Canada. (CBC) To read the complete article, visit CBC News, here. Ontario will soon cover a combination HIV prevention pill that is now available in generic form, HIV advocates say. The once-daily pill contains two anti-HIV drugs that reduce the risk of sexual transmission in HIV-negative individuals. Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, originally cost about $1,000 a month as the brand nam