Here’s the deal: One in five new HIV diagnoses in the U.S. are among cis women. Women of African descent make up about 64% of these new diagnoses while only accounting for 13% of the U.S. female population. Can PrEP prevent HIV among all women? Can PrEP reduce the grave racial/ethnic disparities seen in rates of HIV acquisition among Black women?
Poppy and Ted, a serodifferent couple (Ted is living with HIV and Poppy isn’t), talk with their provider, Emily Miller, MD, MPH, about their options for having a baby.
Katina wants to stop using condoms with her partner because they don’t want barriers between them. Her partner has an undetectable viral load.
Magic, a man living with HIV, asks Dr. Cori Blum about the risks of having a baby with his HIV negative partner, Annie.
Magic, a man living with HIV, and Annie, his HIV-negative partner, talk with Dr. Cori Blum, a family practice provider, about safer conception. Annie and Magic want to know, “What can we do to make the risks as little as possible?”