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As PrEP Use Soars Among Men in California, Racial Disparities Persist

by: CHPRC     February 8, 2018

Additionally, despite their high HIV rate, young men are much less likely to be on PrEP than their older peers. February 8, 2018 • By Benjamin Ryan Use of pre-exposure... [Read More];

UCLA Law team makes successful case for decriminalizing HIV transmission

by: CHPRC     December 6, 2017

Williams Institute and Los Angeles HIV Law and Policy Project members drive passage of California Senate Bill 239 California Gov. Jerry Brown helped redress decades of HIV-related stigma when, on... [Read More];

Questions about Covered California? We can help.

by: CHPRC     November 1, 2017

Covered California Frequently Asked Questions For People Living with HIV and Hepatitis C and People Considering PrEP   Covered California open enrollment begins today and you may have questions about... [Read More];

California now has fairer laws on HIV

by: CHPRC     October 24, 2017

These laws – which criminalize otherwise legal conduct of people living with HIV and increase criminal penalties based on a person’s HIV-positive status – were passed at the height of... [Read More];

Repealing Obamacare Will Devastate Efforts to Stop HIV

by: CHPRC     July 5, 2017

Republicans in Congress came close this past week to repealing the Affordable Care Act and in the process rolling back two decades of progress in the fight against HIV that... [Read More];

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