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Quick anonymous survey will benefit Project Inform


Find A Cure Panel is conducting a survey in people who’ve had HIV for ten years or more, are on HIV meds and have one other health condition. They specialize in online research for rare and serious diseases. Participation is confidential and anonymous and the survey…Read More

HIV research and advocacy groups release recommendations on uptake and expansion of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis in California

Project Inform has published a report laying out recommendations for increasing access to and uptake of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in the state of California. The report comes from a think tank held in November 2014, attended by over 50 stakeholders from government, academia, public health…Read More

Register Today For The Double Bay Double Bike Ride! 


200 Miles … 2 Bays … 2 Days! CLICK HERE for the website! This year’s Double Bay Double Bike Ride is the culmination of a partnership between Different Spokes San Francisco and Project Inform. The ride is on September 12th and 13th and takes a beautiful —…Read More

IAS2015: No HIV transmissions with suppressed virus


by David Evans, Director of Research Advocacy A landmark study, which proved that treating an HIV-positive person with antiretrovirals reduced their risk of passing on HIV to their sex partners, reported final data at the 2015 International AIDS Society conference in Vancouver, finding no HIV transmissions…Read More

IAS2015: Maintenance HIV regimen of rilpivirine and boosted darunavir as effective as three-drug treatment in early results


A presentation at the 2015 International AIDS Society conference in Vancouver reported 24-week results comparing a maintenance regimen of rilpivirine (Edurant) + boosted darunavir (Prezista/ritonavir) to a three-drug regimen of a boosted protease inhibitor and two NRTIs. This could offer some people a new treatment option should…Read More

IAS2015: START study confirms the benefits of starting HIV treatment at any CD4 count


by Alan McCord, Director of Education A presentation at the 2015 International AIDS Society conference in Vancouver reported additional results from the START (Strategic Timing of Antiretroviral Treatment) Study that showed significant benefits to starting HIV treatment earlier rather than waiting until later to start: a 57%…Read More

Positively Aware publishes special summer issue on PrEP


Positively Aware has published a special issue devoted solely to PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis). Awareness around PrEP is rapidly increasing around the US, and this issue highlights the personal stories of people on PrEP, the clinical research, ways to access PrEP, and dealing with a difficult provider relationship. Project Inform’s…Read More