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Eastern Time; see the image below (courtesy of HPTN) or click here to learn more. Eastern Time Please join the HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN) as we celebrate the launch of a novel Pr EP study for Black men who have sex with men (BMSM).
The webinar discussion will be moderated by Greg Millett, Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of National AIDS Policy. The new study, HPTN 073, is a demonstration project designed to see if BMSM are willing to use Truvada for Pr EP.
Presenters will include Myron Cohen, HPTN co-principal investigator; HPTN 073 protocol chairs Darrell Wheeler and Sheldon Fields; Christopher Chauncey Watson, chair of the HPTN Black Caucus and director of the George Washington University clinical research site; and Jonathan Paul Lucas, HPTN 073 community project manager.
The webinar invitation is excerpted below; click here to register.
It was enough to make even the most stoic of viewers splutter into their mid-morning coffee.
African-American men accounted for the largest estimated proportion of new HIV infections among MSM in 2011, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study, HPTN 073, will address whether African-American MSM will be interested in Pr EP (and why or why not) and what barriers hinder access to or use of Pr EP, as well as safety, efficacy, and factors that contribute to adherence and any changes in sexual behaviors.The researchers also revealed the chat-up lines men most frequently rely on to get the girl. Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk by again? Apart from being beautiful, what do you do for a living? Shall we talk or continue flirting from a distance? The most popular was ‘Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk by again? Four in ten admit they deliver a corny line on a regular basis to try to get a date with a girl, and more than eight per cent think they would have more success with the ladies if they used chat-up lines more often. And perhaps they’re right, as one in 20 women say they would be more likely to go out with a man who came out with a chat-up line to impress them.