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];

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];

Use of HIV Prevention Drug Grows, but Lags Among Minorities

by: CHPRC     March 7, 2018

The pill, known as PrEP, can reduce the risk of contracting the virus that causes AIDS by 90 percent. Its use has expanded sharply, but more among whites than minority... [Read More];

Use Of HIV-Prevention Drug Grows, But Lags Among Non-Whites

by: CHPRC     February 8, 2018

By Anna Gorman March 7, 2018 Eric Russell, 24, recently joined a health support group for young Latino and black gay men, where he learned about the HIV-prevention pill known... [Read More];

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

by: CHPRC     

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];

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