¿Qué es el PrEP? Si no sabes mucho de el PrEP, esa palabra quiere decir “Profilaxis de prexposición”, que es una manera elegante de decir que el medicamento se usa para prevenir el VIH al protegerte antes de exponerte a él. Ahora hay dos medicamentos disponibles para...
In addition to our programming around HIV, we are committed to reducing new Hep C infections and treating those with HCV. Becky Johnson, ARNP and Leah Siegfried, PA-C specializes in Hep C treatment. Call the clinic at 515-248-1500 to schedule an appointment.
1200 University Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50314 How does this work?All you need to do is fill out this form HERE to choose the items you need and we'll help with the rest! Why are we doing this?Access to resources is severely limited right now and some individuals cannot...
Need to talk? We can help! Our licensed Behavioral Health Consultants can meet with you via virtual visits or by phone. We are now offering our patients the option to do virtual visits with their health care provider instead of coming into the clinic.
Last month, the Prevention and Clinical teams at the Project launched “Rapid Start PrEP,” an easy way to start your journey to preventing HIV. PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a medication treatment that when taken as directed can prevent HIV by about 99%. It is the single most effective intervention for preventing HIV for people who are HIV-negative.
Three common STDs—chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis—are surging across the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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