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Appeals court maintains PrEP coverage under Obamacare in win for HIV prevention

A lower court had ruled that requiring PrEP coverage was akin to supporting homosexuality and, therefore, a violation of religious rights. However, advocates are concerned about further legal challenges that may appear.

Fewer Black Queer People are Taking PrEP. Meet the Students Fighting to Change That.

These young people have the tools necessary to link their peers with resources to access PrEP medications.

Democrats Introduce Bill to Make PrEP Available to More Americans

White Republicans have targeted PrEP access in an attempt to limit what insurance companies cover, Democrats are trying to expand access to the life saving drugs.

PrEP Health Insurance Coverage to Remain Intact - For Now

Lawyers for both sides agreed to a compromise while the case on prevenantive health care coverage makes its way through the appeals process.

Texas Judge’s Ruling That Threatens PrEP Access Paused by Appeals Court

The court issued a stay that will last for the duration of the government’s appeal in the case.


Gay & Bisexual Men Now Eligible to Donate Blood Under New FDA Policies

The agency has moved toward risk-based assessments as opposed to discriminatory bans based on gender or sexual orientation.

Feds Seek Input on National PrEP Coverage

Government regulators are seeking public comment for its new national coverage analysis for PrEP.

Breaking: Texas Judge Rules PrEP Coverage Violates Religious Freedom

U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled Wednesday that requiring insurance companies to cover medications to prevent HIV transmission violates plaintiffs' rights on religious grounds.


Texas PrEP Case Name Changed Because of Negative Press

Jonathan Mitchell, the Texas attorney challenging PrEP access, said the named plaintiff is being threatened and bullied.

Conservative Texas Lawyer Targets PrEP Access After Abortion Rights

PrEP drugs "encourage and facilitate homosexual behavior," says Texas abortion law author Jonathan Mitchell in a federal lawsuit targeting the antiviral medications.

Colorado Bans Gay and Trans 'Panic' Defenses, Eases Access to PrEP

Gov. Jared Polis signed the bills into law Monday, along with one making it easier for minors to change the gender on their birth certificates.

Non-Daily PrEP Strategy is Finally Being Taken Seriously

Officials encourage a new non-daily PrEP strategy for those at lower risk for contracting HIV.

U.K. to Make PrEP Available to Every English Person

The British government aims to end HIV transmissions in the country by 2030.

HIV Infections Plummet 71% Among U.K. Gay & Bi Men Due to PrEP

The HIV-prevention method has been credited with a remarkable drop in transmissions.

PrEP4All Claims Gilead Held Back Safer HIV Drug

The activist group wants the federal government to reject a patent extension for Gilead's tenofovir alafenamide, a component of several HIV meds.

PrEP to Be Available for Free Even If You're Uninsured

The federal government today announced the procedure for applying for free HIV prevention drugs.