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Risk perception in MSM taking prep: a survey
  1. G Whitlock,
  2. S Boccino,
  3. U Kanagalinghan,
  4. N Nwokolo
  1. Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK
  1. Correspondence to Dr Gary Whitlock, 56 Dean Street, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London W1D 6AQ, UK; gary.whitlock{at}

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There are concerns that those taking HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) may increase their frequency of condomless sexual intercourse and, hence, their risk of acquiring STIs other than HIV. To date, PrEP is not available in England on the National Health Service (NHS). In September 2015, at 56 Dean Street, we opened a weekly PrEP clinic which offers single tablet Truvada (tenofovir/emtricitabine) at cost price, and in February 2016, we initiated PrEP monitoring in the general sexual …

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