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As of July 2012, the FDA has approved Truvada as PrEP for daily use. PrEP stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. It is a medication (Truvada) taken daily to prevent the acquistion of HIV. PrEP is an extremely important and groundbreaking tool used to fight the spread of HIV. Below are some quick facts regarding PrEP you should know.
PrEP is:
  • Proven to be over 90% effective in several clinical trials.
  • Does not prevent any other STI's - When taking PrEP, regular STI testing is required by your provider.
  • Does not prevent pregnancy - If you are pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant, let us know know.
  • Has minimal side effects - Truvada is a tolerable medication with minimal side effects upon startup.
  • Can be accessed for free by insured and uninsured patients - ASK US HOW!
Still have lingering questions?  Contact us or check out the content below for more answers, links, and referrals to other services.    


Are you consdering PrEP but want some more information before making the commitment?  Do not fret, we have all the resources you need in order to make the best decision about your sexual health. 


PrEP Basics- San Francisco Department of Public Health 

PrEP 101- Informational Handout by the CDC
Is PrEP Right for me?- PrEP Manual by Project Inform
Is PrEP right for me? (Trans focused)- PrEP Manual by Project Inform

Is PrEP right for me? (En ESPANOL)- PrEP Manual by Project Inform

Is PrEP right for me? (Women focused)- PREP Manual by Project Inform


Are you receiving PrEP from us and are in need of other services? If so, check out our resource documents for clinical and behavioral health services, housing, and legal services in the greater Bay area.   


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