O'Neill Institute  |  August 22, 2019

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Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a relatively new technology that holds the potential to greatly reduce HIV transmission. In this report, the authors explain how policy makers need to think differently about PrEP with a greater emphasis on achieving sufficient scale of PrEP use among high-need communities. To achieve population-level impact with PrEP, the authors state that PrEP programs need to be able to effectively serve a larger volume of clients and need service models that make it easier for users and providers to maintain PrEP engagement.

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