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Injectable PrEP

Fenway Health is now prescribing long-lasting injectable PrEP for our patients who use PrEP

Apretude (cabotegravir) is injected every other month by your healthcare provider to reduce the risk of HIV infection. That means that after your initial starter doses, you only need to take Apretude 6 times a year as opposed to 365 times a year for a daily oral PrEP pill.

Talk to your provider today to learn more.

What is Apretude?

  • Apretude (cabotegravir) is a long-acting injectable pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) option proven superior to daily oral PrEP in reducing HIV acquisition
  • For adults and adolescents at risk of sexually acquiring HIV, of a certain weight, who have a negative HIV-1 test prior to initiation
  • Administered as a single 600 mg intramuscular injection in the buttocks by a health care provider at specific intervals, with an optional oral lead-in to assess tolerability
  • For more information got to apretude.com
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