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Single Shot at Doctor's Office May Be Future of HIV Prevention

by Mary Emily O'Hara From NBCnew.com Truvada, the other "little blue pill," is taken daily to prevent HIV and has been touted as a miracle drug responsible for lowering HIV rates across the United States. But soon, the daily pill may be overshadowed by an even simpler method—a single flu shot-like injection at the doctor's office, once every two months. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced last week that it was entering Read more »