HPTN 083: Long-Acting Injectable CAB Superior to Daily Oral TDF/FTC as PrEP in MSM and TGW at High Risk of HIV Infection

July 6-10, 2020; Virtual
Long-acting CAB injected intramuscularly every 2 months reduced the risk of HIV infection by 66% compared with daily oral TDF/FTC in high-risk MSM and transgender women.
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Released: July 11, 2020

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