National guidelines recommend PrEP for patients at risk of HIV1-6
The US Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued a Grade A recommendation for PrEP for the prevention of HIV transmission, in combination with behavioral counseling, for people at high risk1
What it means:
A Grade A recommendation by the USPSTF is defined as a recommendation of a specific service where USPSTF considers there to be a high certainty that the net benefit is substantial.1
Other organizations that recommend PrEP include
American College Health Association
ACHA is an organization dedicated to promoting healthy campus communities through advocacy, education, and research.2,3
US Department of Health and Human Services
The HIV National Strategic Plan is a plan that details goals, objectives, and strategies for addressing the HIV epidemic in the United States by 2030. PrEP medication is one of these strategies.
Health guidelines recommend using PrEP and emphasize the importance of counseling on adherence and HIV‑1 risk-reduction strategies.5
Use DESCOVY® for HIV-1 PrEP to reduce the risk of HIV as part of a comprehensive prevention strategy to reduce the risk of STIs.6
STI=sexually transmitted infection.