Injection drug users are at high risk of HIV and hepatitis. Learn how to reduce your risk of infection, including how to clean drug equipment.

Submitted on Aug 21, 2014

Get information on options for reducing the chances of spreading HIV while trying to get pregnant and resources for safer conception.

Submitted on May 27, 2015

Learn all about HIV testing: why, when, and where to get tested; types of tests – including at-home tests, and getting your results.

Submitted on Jul 28, 2014

Get the basics on HIV transmission: how it is and is not spread, both common and rare types of transmission, and how to avoid getting HIV.

Submitted on Jun 17, 2015

Find out what HIV treatment as prevention (TasP) is, how it works, whom it's for, and how it changes the course of the HIV pandemic.

Submitted on Mar 30, 2015

Get basic information on how vaccines work and answers to many common questions about a vaccine against HIV.

Submitted on May 8, 2014

Get answers to many questions about microbicides – what they are, how they work, what is happening in microbicide research, and more.

Submitted on Apr 22, 2015

Learn the most common myths – and realities – about HIV: treatment, tests, transmission, and more.

Submitted on Apr 7, 2015

Learn about the reasons older women are overlooked despite being at risk for HIV, how knowledge is power, and the importance of getting tested.

Submitted on Feb 6, 2015

Get the basic facts about the risks of oral sex and HIV transmission while learning tips for safer oral sex.

Submitted on Jun 17, 2015

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There are several different options for reducing the chances of passing on HIV while trying to get pregnant. If you are a woman living with HIV who is either single or in a same-sex relationship, the conception options below will help you understand what might be the best for you, and to prepare for discussions with your health care provider.

Learn about lab tests that are important for your health – what they are, what they measure, and how results are used.

In 2005 the Women and HIV Think Tank changed its name to WRI to reflect the work of the group and ongoing commitment to measurable results in the management of HIV disease in women.