Two-thirds of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean offer PrEP

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A study shows a significant progress in PrEP policies in Latin America and the Caribbean, where an increasing number of countries have begun to provide PrEP to communities at heightened risk of acquiring HIV. The study also highlights the gaps that remain in the process and provides recommendations to improve PrEP policies and access in the region.

Read the full story at Aidsmap.


Source : Aidsmap

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