“Why are we being used like guinea pigs?” Transgender women’s mistrust of PrEP research

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Peruvian trans women participating in PrEP studies expressed feelings of mistrust towards researchers, questioning who PrEP is really for and stating that PrEP is rarely provided once a study is over, leaving them feeling like guinea pigs. This is according to qualitative research carried out by Dr Amaya Perez-Brumer from the University of Toronto and colleagues, published in the Journal of the International AIDS Society.

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