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Act Against AIDS. Prescribe HIV Prevention. PrEP has been show to REDUCE the risk of HIV infection in people who are at high risk up to 92%. PEP: To be EFFECTIVE PEP must begin within 72 hours of exposure.
Prescribe HIV Prevention. PrEP reduces HIV infection risk by up to 92%. PEP must begin within 72 hours of exposure.

Prescribe HIV Prevention is part of CDC’s Act Against AIDS communication campaign designed to help reduce HIV incidence in the United States. The Prescribe HIV Prevention program helps healthcare providers use PrEP and PEP to prevent new HIV infections and improve health outcomes for patients at high risk for acquiring HIV infection.

Resources for Clinicians

Resources for Clinicians

Access guidelines, scientific evidence, PrEP & PEP FAQs, and more.

Materials for Patients

Materials for Patients

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Training for Clinicians

Training for Clinicians

Learn about free continuing medical education opportunities from the CDC.

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What’s New

Get the latest news and updates from CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention.

Advancing PrEP in Practice: Medscape CME-CE Program

Learn how to integrate PrEP strategies into your primary care setting.

Updated PEP Guidelines

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Learn about new evidence on the use of PEP.