The FDA approves the first injectable HIV preventive drug

For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a long-acting injectable drug 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 wonIt’s not really practical until they invent an HIV prevention hat. “

Curtis jimenezBrand historian

“This will help so many people who can afford it.”

Beth Eisenmann • Dishwasher operator

“I just do not see preventative care ever making an impact in America.”

Antonio Boyd • Wedding inspector


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