• Perspectives on and Preferences for On-Demand and Long-Acting PrEP Among Sexual and Gender Minority Adolescents Assigned Male at Birth

    8 days ago - By Springer

    Abstract
    Introduction
    Sexual and gender minority adolescents assigned male at birth who have sex with male partners are at increased risk for HIV. Daily oral pre-exposure prophylaxis is available for minor adolescents in the United States, who may have difficulty with adherence. Adolescents' perspectives toward emerging PrEP delivery methods that would not require daily pill-taking have not been well-explored.
    Methods
    We conducted online surveys and focus groups in November 2018-February 2019 with 59 SGM adolescents assigned male at birth who reported sex with or attraction to male...
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