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What is Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)?

It’s a medication that those at risk of contracting HIV can take daily to prevent them from obtaining the virus. The CDC states, if the medication is taken daily, it’s 99% effective in reducing the risk of getting HIV through sex.

We have implemented the PrEP program to prevent the spread of HIV and to continue to offer high-quality, inclusive healthcare to our campus community.

If you start taking PrEP, you will need to visit your healthcare provider for regular check-ups every three months to make sure the program is going well.

If you think you’re at risk of contracting HIV and are interested in starting PrEP, visit CHC or call us at (313) 577-5041.

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