For 32 months, researchers at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Francisco tracked the health of over 600 people as they used Truvada daily to prevent the virus in a real-world setting.
Curated from Zero Men on PrEP Contract HIV in 2.5-Year Study
Nepal has issued its first passport under a third-gender category for sexual minorities.
Activist Manoj Shahi, who is transgender and prefers #to be called Monica, became the first recipient of a category “O” passport on Monday.
#hiv/aids has been on the increase among young Uyghur men in the southern part of northwest China’s Xinjiang region due to an influx of infected prostitutes who have been transmitting the deadly disease since 2009, according to a Uyghur former health official and a professor with knowledge of the situation.
Nearly 35,200 people in Xinjiang had contracted HIV/AIDS, and 8,400 had died from the disease, according to figures issued by the regional Heath and Family Planning Committee at the end of 2014.
Curated from HIV/AIDS Spreads Among Uyghurs in China’s Xinjiang
Let’s clear up some myths and rumours about PrEP (Truvada).
Rumors are swirling about Truvada, the first drug approved to prevent HIV. Here’s what the research actually says about the safety and effectiveness of that famous blue pill.
Not long after the Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung allowed household registration for same-sex partnerships, the Taipei city government followed suit.
Project Gelb is a documentary about the Asian male phenomena perceived in the media and gay culture and how it reflects from their childhood. “There was an obsession with my skin tone with a modelling agency that ordered me to stay out of the sun otherwise being too exotic would decrease my marketability, while being gay and Asian in the dating scene exposed me to some brutal truths that I was either fetishized or dismissed.”
Directed by Canadian-Filipino filmmaker Francis Luta.
Check out the trailer: https://vimeo.com/100537269
Date: Friday, June 12
Location: University College, 15 King’s College Circle, Room 161 Amphitheatre