Juan Solis, Herencia
Revolución by Fabián Chávez
© 2014 Karla Batres
Medium: Acrylic, Lace, and Ribbon on Canvas
Dimensions: 24 X 36 Inches
|—||Coco Fusco on her Amerindians piece from 1992 with Guillermo Gómez-Peña (via culicagada-asquerosa)|
- If you are HIV-negative, PEP and PrEP can help you stay that way.
- If you are HIV-positive, PEP and PrEP can help protect your partners.
PrEP is a daily pill that can help keep you HIV-negative as long as you take it every day.
- Ask your doctor if PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis) may be right for you.
- Condoms give you additional protection against HIV, other sexually transmitted infections, and unintended pregnancy.
If you are HIV-negative and think you were exposed to HIV, immediately go to a clinic or emergency room and ask for PEP (Post-exposure Prophylaxis).
- PEP can stop HIV if started within 36 hours of exposure.
- You continue taking PEP for 28 days.
Many insurance plans including Medicaid cover PEP and PrEP. Assistance may be available if you are uninsured. Visit NYC Health’s website to find out where to get PrEP or PEP in New York City.
El INAH, a través de la Coordinación Nacional de Antropología, y la Red de Mujeres Afromexicanas invitan al
Primer Encuentro de Mujeres Afromexicanas
25 y 26 de julio, en Santiago Llano Grande, Oaxaca