HIV preexposure prophylaxis

Globally, 34 million people are living with HIV. A number of HIV prevention methods are available, including male and female condoms, voluntary medical male circumcision, prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) and harm reduction strategies such as provision of sterile injecting equipment and opiate substitution therapy for people who inject drugs. All these have contributed to a levelling of the rate of new infections in some countries. Elsewhere, however, the momentum of the epidemic remains strong. In 2010 alone an estimated 2.7 million people became newly infected with HIV. Additional safe and effective approaches to HIV prevention are urgently needed...

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1. Our HIV policy

2. Epidermics of HIV in Africa

3. HIV and infant feeding

4. HIV control at home. living with HIV

5. HIV in Pregnancy

6. HIV operational plan 2013

7. HIV preexposure prophylaxis

8. HIV Prevention in healthcare workers

9. HIV RX for adults

10. HIV RX in children

11. HIV RX in couples

12. HIV virus and transmission

13. Prevention of HIV in the general public

14. Rx of pregnant women

15. WHO on Rx of HIV 2013

16. WHO_HIV_2012.12_eng