HIV Drug Divides Gay Community

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When the HIV drug Truvada was found to prevent infection in healthy people, it was lauded by public health experts as a way to protect those in high-risk groups, such as young gay men. But the drug hasn't caught on in the gay community as fast as expected. Some critics of the drug say it may actually promote reckless behavior by reducing condom use.

Guests:

Jeff Sheehy, patient advocate HIV/AIDS and board member of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine

Whitney Engeran, senior director of public health for the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, the largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care in the U.S.

Oliver Bacon, attending physician, UCSF Division of HIV/AIDS; co-investigator on Demo Project

Dominika Seidman, Ob/Gyn at UCSF/SF General Hospital's Bay Area Perinatal AIDS center

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