FDA Approves First Injectable HIV Prevention Drug

For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a long-acting injectable medication that can be administered every two months as a pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) against HIV, providing an alternative to daily pills. What do you think?

“It won’t truly be convenient until they invent an HIV prevention hat.”

Curtis JiménezBrand Historian

“This is going to help so many people who can afford it.”

Beth Eisenmann • Dishwasher Operator

“I just don’t see preventative care ever catching on in America.”

Antonio Boyd • Wedding Inspector

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