Alex Sparrowhawk on the big decision that, like a haircut, is often put off. But, he says “medication is an emotive issue that every person living with the virus has to deal with - when to start, if to start . . .”
Condom use is still being urged for people with undectectable viral loads or on PrEP because of the danger of contracting STIs. But, asks, Mark S King “When did avoiding every possible STI become the new goal for gay sexual behavior?”
Ken Monteith questions the quality of debate on PrEP- "Everybody take a moment to appreciate that there are two (or more) sides to every argument, calm down, and stop stigmatizing or ridiculing the choices that someone else might be considering."
Dr. Julio Montaner writing for ICAD says “To close the gap in treatment of HIV, innovative HAART therapy must be made universally accessible to those living with HIV across Canada and the world. . . The Canadian government is falling out of step.”