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What is PrEP? Should I take it?
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Do HPV vaccines prevent cancers and genital warts?
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21 June 2020 | Q&A
What should I know about anal sex and HIV risk?
26 April 2020 | Q&A
What are some sex-related risk factors for oral cancer?
12 January 2020 | Q&A
Is oral sex safe for pregnant women?
25 March 2019 | Q&A
What is HPV? How is it transmitted?
03 March 2019 | Q&A
If a person hasn’t had sex in a long time, how can they prepare for a new sexual relationship?
14 November 2017 | Q&A
What causes painful orgasm in men, and how can it be treated?
10 April 2017 | Q&A
Could antibiotics after sex prevent sexually-transmitted infections (STIs)?