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NIH recently invested $11.3 million to find the most effective ways to diagnose, prevent, and treat HIV using highly effective methods that are already available, including pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP and PEP) and antiretroviral therapy.
The funds will help researchers at 23 Centers for AIDS Research and AIDS Research Centers to investigate the best ways to deliver evidence-based interventions and services for those at disproportionate risk for HIV, including Black and Latinx women and men, transgender women, and youth aged 13-24 years. They will also work with local health officials and community groups to design and test implementation techniques that take local issues into account.