3 out of 4 Infectious Disease Docs Say They Support PrEP. So Why Do Only 9% Write ‘Scripts?
The use of HIV antiretrovirals as pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent the transmission of the virus before it manifests is proven to work, and apparently vastly supported in the medical community. But when it comes to actually making the decision with patients, most docs back out. Is it an education or moral flaw?