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Our hearts go out to the families of all of the victims of flight #MH17, especially our colleagues who were en route to attend the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia. The #HIV and #AIDS research community lost some 100 scientists and campaigners yesterday. Our thoughts are with their families during this difficult time. #IAC2014 #AIDS2014 (Image via I'm Still Josh)

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HPV Vaccine: One Dose May Be Enough

The White House has issued a National HIV/ AIDS Strategy (NHAS) for the United States. The strategy reflects many of the approaches CDC believes will make the greatest difference in reducing HIV, such as intensifying prevention for individuals with HIV and those at highest risk of becoming infected with HIV, and targeting resources to the interventions and areas where we can have the greatest impact.

PrEP can reduce the risk of getting HIV by more than 90%. If your partner is HIV positive, check this out and ask your doctor!

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