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Preventing New HIV Infections

PreventingThe listed documents provide guidance about behavioral and biomedical methods to prevent new HIV infections.  This guidance is intended for clinicians, HIV testing and prevention providers working outside of healthcare facilities, health departments, and persons at risk for HIV infection.  Currently, CDC is updating recommendations about use of pre-exposure prophylaxis, non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis, and male circumcision to prevent HIV acquisition. These recommendations will be posted on this page in the future.

  • Screening for STDS

  • Pre-exposure Prophylaxis

  • Non-occupational Post-exposure Prophylaxis

  • Occupational Post-exposure Prophylaxis

  • Serosorting

  • Contraceptive Use

  • Persons with Special Circumstances

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