Have You Thought about Participating in HIV Prevention Research?

Right now there are more than 38 million people living with HIV, a disease that there is not yet a cure for.  There are many effective treatment drugs that are helping to slow the epidemic, but getting people on treatment cannot keep up with the amount of new infections. 

Although there have been many wonderful advances in treating and preventing HIV, we continue to need new ways to prevent HIV infections so that we can meet the needs of all kinds of people living around the world. There are many effective treatment drugs that are helping to keep people healthy and to slow the epidemic.  There have been many recent advancements in PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) including topical, on demand options and long acting injectables.  Current research continues to look at novel ways to prevent HIV and HIV vaccines

You can be part of local research efforts to prevent HIV worldwide.

For more information:

Sherri Karas Certo
Pitt CRS Clinical Recruiter and Community Educator

Clinic Location

Most Study visits occur on the 5th floor of UPMC Magee Womens Hospital in the CRTC

300 Halket St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213