PrEP remains an excellent tool for lowering your risk of acquiring HIV.
Cascade AIDS Project is honoring National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day with public community celebration this Saturday at Charles Jordan Community Center in North Portland.
Pivot’s PrEP Coordinators talk about some of the frequently asked questions they’re getting about PrEP, and explore what Cascade AIDS Project can do to help you get connected to PrEP.
January 31—this Sunday—is the last day you’re legally able to purchase a plan through the exchange in 2016.
Combined with other safer sex strategies such as condom use, PrEP transforms the HIV prevention landscape, but not without a dose of scrutiny as well.
The recent cases affecting gay and bisexual men in the area have come from sexual contact. More commonly, though, shigella is spread between children or through contaminated water or food. Fortunately, it’s treatable using antibiotics.
Cascade AIDS Project is working to increase access to health care for people living with HIV and also the broader LGBTQ community, and can help walk you through the process.