The HARP team recently published an article titled “Examining the Potential of Pre‑exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Prevention in a Community Sample of Persons Who Use Stimulants Living in the Southern United States” in AIDS and Behavior. Of 352 participants, over half (61%) met criteria for PrEP candidacy, but less than 20% had heard of PrEP. Willingness to take PrEP was high, and PrEP candidates reported more frequent and problematic stimulant use relative to non-candidates. Our results show that persons who use stimulants are a high-risk population that could benefit significantly from PrEP. Click here to read more!
New pub on the potential for PrEP in persons who use stimulant drugs
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