MSMGF: Good Gays get a Blue Ribbon, Bad Gays Bear their Cross
There are posts more difficult than other to write, not so much because of their subject, but because they are critical of HIV prevention interventions [...]
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: Not the Latest Fad but a Drive for Change
In a recent BMJ Blog Dr Rupert Whitaker cast a critical eye on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for the prevention of HIV infection, questioning its role [...]
The PARTNER study, a licence to bareback?
Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. Does the PARTNER study signal the death of condoms or should we curb our enthusiasm, and carry [...]
Why PrEP isn’t just a “Biomedical” intervention
Don’t we all know that popping pills is not the solution to all our problems? The writer reflects on his and other’s assumptions about the [...]