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PrEP Resources

General PrEP Resources

PrEP Facts: Rethinking HIV Prevention and Sex

  • As a Facebook-based, online HIV resource, PrEP Facts is home to countless in-depth discussions on HIV prevention.

  • Additional resources are available on the Group's secondary PrEP FAQ page. 

Facebook Group → *

*NOTE: Currently, the PrEP Facts Facebook Group is closed. In order to join, you must request access from the Group's moderators.

PrEP Facts FAQ → 

Please PrEP Me

  • Please PrEP Me is an online, comprehensive list of PrEP providers in the United States.

  • Additionally, Please PrEP Me offers information on PrEP accessibility and pricing, and HIV prevention and management.

Please PrEP Me→ 

Truvada vs. Descovy: What's the Difference?

There are currently two drugs approved by the FDA to be taken as part of a PrEp regimen: Truvada and Descovy. As you look into which PrEP medication is best for you as part of your PrEP regimen, consider these differences!

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Launguage Resources

PrEP Resources For Trans Individuals

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  • Transgender Individuals have unique healthcare needs, including the ways in which HIV is prevented and treated.  

  • While there are no known drug interactions between gender affirming hormones and PrEP, speak with your doctor before starting any new medications.  

Click on the links below for more information about the care and prevention of HIV/AIDS in the trans community: 

HIV/AIDS Resources 

U=U Campaign

  • U=U means undetectable equals untransmittable.

  • ART (Anti-retroviral therapy) can reduce a person’s viral load so that tests cannot detect it.

  • An undetectable viral load prevents the sexual transmission of HIV and improves the health of a person living with HIV.

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