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Psychological impact of PrEP: beyond efficacy and cost-effectiveness

published: October, 09, 2017 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Social Media, As Prevention , Gay Men, Treatment Guidelines -including when to start, Mental Health, Revolving Door, International , Treatment, Guest Authors, Media

What is the impact of PrEP on quality of life? From HIV i-Base, Simon Collins reports

Psychological impact of PrEP: beyond efficacy and cost-effectiveness

The impact of PrEP on quality of life in reducing HIV-related anxiety and more dynamic and fulfilled sex lives is potentially as important as hard endpoints for reduced HIV infections. Mitzy Gafos presented experiences from using PrEP as part of the UK PROUD study, based on semi-structured interviews with 41 participants. In addition to reporting behavioural changes, the results gave insight into psychological impact of PrEP. Many of these imply significant changes in outlooks and approach

Four London clinics report dramatic drops in HIV incidence in gay men: PrEP, early testing and early ART are likely to be key

published: January, 09, 2017 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Social Media, As Prevention , Gay Men, General Health, Treatment Guidelines -including when to start, Health, Revolving Door, International , Treatment, Guest Authors

Simon Collins of HIV i-Base reports some encouraging PrEP news.

Four London clinics report dramatic drops in HIV incidence in gay men: PrEP, early testing and early ART are likely to be key

To read the entire article by Simon Collins, go to HIV i-Base, here. At the end of December, several leading London sexual health clinics used social media to report significant drops in number of gay men who were diagnosed HIV positive during 2016.These preliminary data are based on early reviews. A similar number of tests were run each year and a similar number of STIs were reported for each period. This suggests that increased use of PrEP together with early diagnosis and early ART are li