… and not. That is why I researched, and researched a lot, for years, before ratifying this, with all the reservations that I find in my intimate forum that, fortunately, are echoed in the publication that I translated and published in this post. Good reading and pay close attention to the percentages. From them my reserve and caution are born!
What are the real risks of getting HIV in certain scenarios. People almost to infinity, within the context of the immunological window, Their real risks of having or not having “caught” HIV that go almost crazy! Often for nothing, k without any basis! Chances of getting HIV! Against All Odds: Which Ones Are Yours? in these scenarios?
Playing the HIV numbers game is less! And while the underlying ideas and messages in this article remain relevant, much HIV prevention research has been published since 2
HIV infections despite PrEP is something that never leaves my personal radar. HIV despite PrEP is Feasible I am a person who lives with HIV and who has been a “blogger” since the age of “ball-ball” (Aunt Irene taught me this phrase! terms of […]
An open pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) study with Truvada in Botswana, with heterosexual people, proved very high adherence rates. About 90% of participants had functional blood levels of the drug; there was a high agreement between self-reported adherence and serum drug levels in the study subjects; and there was no infection […]
PrEP and Serodiscordant Relationship and Abuse The researchers evaluated the relationship between partner abuse and suboptimal adherence to PrEP. Two measures were used to assess adherence: pill counts (less than 80% of doses define low adherence) and the measurement of tenofovir plasma levels.