Showing 49 news articles about PEP

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Post-exposure prophylaxis involves taking a 28-day course of anti-HIV drugs, after possible exposure to HIV. It may be used by healthcare workers (occupational PEP) or after sex (post-exposure prophylaxis after sexual exposure, PEPSE, also known as non-occupational PEP or nPEP).

Advancing policies to solve PrEP access issues

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation
23 October 2019

New York City's Hotline for HIV Exposure a Success, Study Finds

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The Body Pro
23 October 2018

Statement on the provision of PrEP and PEP

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Association of Directors of Public Health
30 March 2016

How gay men in London ask for PEP to get PrEP

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Greg Owen blog
13 October 2015

NYC Health Dept. Launches PrEP, PEP Outreach Campaign

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Poz magazine news
14 January 2015

Who’s to blame for misuse of HIV drugs in Kenya?

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Key Correspondents
7 January 2015

What to Do When a Patient Admits an H.I.V. Phobia

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New York Times
16 September 2014

Change to recommended regimen for post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)

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Expert Advisory Group on AIDS (EAGA)
11 September 2014