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Emergency

If you have had a condom failure or may have recently been exposed to HIV through unprotected sex, Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) can prevent you from becoming infected with HIV. We have partnered with DSC to offer you the most affordable and safest PEP in Singapore.

PrEP

PrEP is the latest tool to prevent HIV transmission. If you have a question or is currently taking PrEP, here’s what you need to know.

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Finding out you or someone you love have HIV is a stressful, scary and painful ordeal. But you are not alone. We are here to guide & support you through the process.

Over one third of LGBTI people in London suffer from mental health issues

A 'worrying number' of LGBTI people feel uncomfortable disclosing their sexual orientation or gender identity to their GP
February 8, 2017/by Alex Tan

Gayhealth.sg x DYMK

February 3, 2017/by Alex Tan

Massive drop in London HIV rates may be due to internet drugs

PrEP use has been rising in other countries, and some cities have also seen drops in new HIV diagnoses. San Francisco saw a 17 per cent fall in infection rates in 2015. “We are convinced that PrEP is responsible for the large decreases in new diagnoses,” Portman said in a tweet about the announcement.
January 11, 2017/by Alex Tan

When You Are Old, Chinese, and Gay

January 6, 2017/by Avin Tan

PrEP Survey

If you are a gay man or other MSM (men who has sex with men), or a transgender individual living in Singapore, we would like to invite you to participate in this survey. This survey will be entirely anonymous as we will not ask for your name or identification number. The results of the survey will help us better understand what people think of PrEP and how best PrEP can be provided in Singapore. Findings from this survey will assist with plans for the implementation of PrEP in Singapore.
December 20, 2016/by Alex Tan

10th Singapore AIDS Conference

The 10th SAC provided a forum for healthcare and public health experts, community and other stakeholders to share, discuss and propose solutions to stop the spread of HIV, address HIV-related stigma and discrimination, and strengthen care for PLHIV in Singapore.
December 8, 2016/by Alex Tan

Updates on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis

PrEP is available at the National University Hospital (NUH) at its Be Prepared Clinic and Tan Tock Seng Hospital, while the DSC Clinic in Kelantan Lane plans to offer it from the first quarter of next year.
December 8, 2016/by Alex Tan

World AIDS Day x Taboo

December 7, 2016/by Alex Tan

Free HIV Anonymous Testing X Commemorating World AIDS Day

"World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, showing their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died." (worldaidsday.org)
November 30, 2016/by Alex Tan
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