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Prescribing PrEP for HIV Prevention: A Guide for Medical Providers

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This provider resource offers practical guidance on what to consider when prescribing pre-exposure prevention (PrEP) for patients at risk of HIV infection. It presents a timeline for lab screening and visits, identifies side effects and other considerations, PrEP-related billing codes, medication assistance programs, and other resources, and more. PrEP is recommended as one HIV prevention option for men who have sex with men, injection drug users, and heterosexual men and women at substantial risk of acquiring HIV infection. 

This resource was adapted from the Cascade AIDS Project and Mountain West AETC - Oregon Program's Prescribing PrEP for HIV Prevention pocket guide and was modified for a national audience. 

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