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California pharmacists willing to prescribe HIV prevention and contraception, but few do

by: Content-Manager     March 8, 2023

Immediate Release March 7, 2023 Media Contact Rachel Dowd dowd@law.ucla.edu 310-855-2696 (cell) California pharmacists willing to prescribe HIV prevention and contraception, but few do A new study from the California... [Read More];

Examining the Science Behind Decriminalizing Sex Work

by: CHPRC     March 3, 2021

March 3, 2021 Governments have cited protection of public health as a rationale for outlawing sex work, yet evidence shows that decriminalizing the trade increases health and safety and reduces... [Read More];

The FDA eased its ban on blood donations from gay men amid covid-19. Some say it’s still not enough.¬†

by: CHPRC     June 23, 2020

June 23, 2020 | 6:05 AM EDT Gay and bisexual men still face barriers when donating blood, despite the FDA easing guidelines from a 12-month period of abstinence down to... [Read More];

Shifting the Paradigm in HIV Prevention and Treatment Service Delivery Toward Differentiated Care for Youth

by: CHPRC     March 25, 2019

By Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, Marco Thimm-Kaiser, Adam Benzekri, Donna Futterman   March 25, 2019 | Discussion Paper   Abstract Despite significant progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the United States,... [Read More];

Covered California Frequently Asked Questions for 2018

by: CHPRC     October 16, 2018

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

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