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  • Naomi Drexler

    Spotlight on Staff – Naomi Drexler

    AHP clinician Naomi Drexler always knew she would become a therapist. Therapy was the “fabric of her world” from the very beginning. Not only were her mother and other family members therapists, but also her family was a place where feelings were ever present. Within the …

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  • SteveSuit

    The Giver Gets

    Steve Gaynes has an employment resume, but if you want to be wowed by his accomplishments, read the one that lists his 25 years of giving back to the LGBTQ community. Gaynes came out, joyfully, in late 1970s Manhattan, but by the time he moved …

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  • Training

    National HIV Prevention Conference 2015, Part 2: Funding and Stigma

    December’s National HIV Prevention Conference focused on the substantial successes of two key biomedical interventions. First, there’s PrEP or pre-exposure prophylaxis, and second, TasP, an HIV treatment known as Treatment as Prevention. PrEP is effective in preventing HIV-negative people from contracting HIV if they take …

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    National HIV Prevention Conference 2015, Part 1: Incredible Successes, Intransigent Disparities

    Four years ago, the last time the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention convened its National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC), there was a lot of discussion about the potential for HIV antiviral treatment to foil HIV transmission. At the December 2015 NHPC, Anthony Fauci, …

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  • Eduardo.HernandezWEB

    Welcome Eduardo Hernandez!

    During his time at San Francisco State University, Eduardo Hernandez wanted to become a teacher: he dreamed of being a leader, a communicator of ideas, an agent of social change. Hernandez’s passion for social­ justice—particularly surrounding anti-war and anti-racism issues—is part of his very core. …

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    Happy New Year!

    We are looking forward to 2016 and want to share some news and plans. Many of these plans focus on three areas. First, we are expanding our pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) services as part of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the …

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