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What is PrEP?
PrEP is a pill you can take to protect yourself from HIV. Many studies have been carried out on PrEP, and it has been shown to be highly effective at reducing the risk of contracting HIV - up to 99%.
The original PrEP is the branded drug Truvada. However, Truvada is expensive and can cost up to $1,500 for a month's course of 30 pills.
PrEP is also available in unbranded form, known as generics. Generics contain exactly the same ingredients as Truvada and have the same effectiveness in preventing HIV. The most common PrEP generics available are Tenof-EM, Ricovir-EM, Tenvir-EM and Tavin-EM.
Generics are significantly cheaper than Truvada. We work with HIV and LGBT organisations worldwide, and source PrEP directly from manufacturers to provide it to the community at the lowest price.
PrEP only protects you against HIV - you still need to take precautions to protect yourself from other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as gonorrhoea, chlamydia, syphilis and hepatitis C.
It is important that you test negative for HIV before starting on PrEP.
Delivery of PrEP to the UK
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Status of PrEP in the UK
Legality of PrEP
- Truvada by Gilead (TDF/FTC): Approved
- Generic versions of TDF/FTC (Tenvir-EM by Cipla, Ricovir-EM by Mylan, Tenof-EM by Hetero and Tavin-EM by Emcure) for prevention: Approved
Availability of PrEP
- In England, PrEP is available to a limited number of people taking part in the PrEP IMPACT trial
- In Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, PrEP is available through NHS sexual health clinics
- Many people purchase PrEP through online channels for personal use
PrEP IMPACT trial
To join PrEP IMPACT in England you need to be over 16 and match one or more of these descriptions:
- You’re HIV negative and have had condomless sex in the past 3 months and think you will again in the next three months, and you are a: cis or transgender MSM or transgender woman.
- You’re HIV negative and expect to have sex without condoms with an HIV positive partner/s with a detectable viral load.
- You don’t meet the first two descriptions and you might be having heterosexual sex, but you’ve been clinically assessed as being at a similar high risk of becoming HIV positive.