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Biomedical Prevention Scenarios

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Published on October 15, 2008

Author: AFAO

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A discussion of the pros and cons of pre exposure prophylaxis by Bridget Haire at the AFAO 2008 HIV Educators' Conference.
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Biomedical prevention scenarios Bridget Haire

High efficacy, low side effects Should there be a campaign to license PrEP? For whom? Is licensing a realistic goal? How would you respond to media? Would there be proactive media? What kind of monitoring would people using PrEP need? Would sex workers be under pressure to utilize it? What are the issues for positive people? What are the justice issues if it’s user-pays? Would answers change if the data was in women only?

Should there be a campaign to license PrEP? For whom?

Is licensing a realistic goal?

How would you respond to media? Would there be proactive media?

What kind of monitoring would people using PrEP need?

Would sex workers be under pressure to utilize it?

What are the issues for positive people?

What are the justice issues if it’s user-pays?

Would answers change if the data was in women only?

Reasonable efficacy, some side effects How would you communicate this to your constituency? Would you use PrEP or suggest it to your friends/partners? Is there a context for using this in sex work? Should it be licensed for any group in Australia? Elsewhere? Would answers change if there were less than 2% adverse events, and no serious ones?

How would you communicate this to your constituency?

Would you use PrEP or suggest it to your friends/partners?

Is there a context for using this in sex work?

Should it be licensed for any group in Australia? Elsewhere?

Would answers change if there were less than 2% adverse events, and no serious ones?

Medium-low efficacy, medium-high side effects Would you use it? For whom might this intervention be useful? How would you respond to constituents demanding access? Should people be able to have this prescribed as user-pays? Would your organisation consider supporting a trial that looked at intermittent use?

Would you use it?

For whom might this intervention be useful?

How would you respond to constituents demanding access?

Should people be able to have this prescribed as user-pays?

Would your organisation consider supporting a trial that looked at intermittent use?

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