Prevention – Biomedical and behavioral

Prevention — Biomedical and Behavioral

Until we have a cure that is widely accessible, preventing HIV transmission relies on both biomedical and behavioral interventions. In the absence of a safe and effective vaccine, this includes use of condoms, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), voluntary medical male circumcision, and syringe exchange programs for people who inject drugs.



Tracing Injection-Related HIV Transmission in New York City

New Hope for an HIV Vaccine?


Another HIV Vaccine Failure – What HIV and COVID Can Teach Each Other

A Promising, “Unusual” Approach to Targeting HIV Spike Protein