Why Aren’t HIV Infection Rates Dropping Now That We Have PrEP?

Why Aren’t HIV Infection Rates Dropping Now That We Have PrEP?

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Even though HIV testing has gotten so much better — as has prevention, with the introduction of PrEP — infection rates have stayed the same. Researchers think it might be due to those who haven’t been diagnosed yet keeping these rates from declining. That and more in this look at new HIV and AIDS news:

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