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A second Mistr location is opening in West Hollywood in the heart of the LGBT District. The telemedicine (telePrEP) platform and PrEP provider is opening at the northeast corner of San Vicente and Santa Monica Blvds, at 802 N....
MISTR, the telemedicine (telePrEP) platform/PrEP provider, is opening a location in West Hollywood, but not at the corner of the former Rounderbum space at the southeast corner of Santa Monica and San Vicente Boulevards as previously rumored. The prep platform...
APLA Health is conducting a PrEP Talk program for Black/African American men between the ages of 18 and 29 years old. The program gives individuals the opportunity to learn more about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and gain communication skills with...
The chance to get free stuff returns to Santa Monica Boulevard with the upcoming Sample Saturday & Health Fair on Saturday, March 23, from 12pm to 4pm, in front of Capitol Drugs / Power Zone. The West Hollywood Chamber...
Vital questions, expert answers, a few controversies and a lot of potentially life-saving information about PrEP, the HIV-preventive prophylaxis, reverberated from Urban Mo’s in the heart of the San Diego’s LGBTQ Hillcrest neighborhood out across the nation via social...
Los Angeles LGBT Center, the makers of last year's HIV prevention campaign, F*ck w/out Fear, joined forces with openly gay music artist, actor and model Milan Christopher, with a latest effort to urge those most at-risk to get PrEP'd against...
If there was a call to action that came out of the most recent engagement of LGBTs in the News with Thom Senzee, America's longest-touring LGBTQ panel series, it was delivered by Dr. Sean Cahill, director of health care...
The ONE Archives Foundation is currently showing Lost & Found: Safer Sex Activism exhibit at the newly renovated ONE Gallery in West Hollywood. The historical LGBTQ art and objects showcase thirty years of compelling safer sex and harm-reduction activism,...
Are you gay? Trans? Bi? Lez? The City of West Hollywood launched a second round of a health survey seeking feedback about stigma experienced by community members as a result of sexual orientation, gender identity, or HIV status. The survey...
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