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Since 1981, more than 64,000 residents of Pennsylvania have been diagnosed with HIV. One of the most common methods of transmission is heterosexual sex. Between 2015-2020, women in Pennsylvania were being diagnosed with new cases of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) at a rate of 24%. Of that 24%, Black/African American Women were diagnosed with HIV at 14% as compared to their white, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific counterparts at 5% and below. Black/African American women with 59% of cases respectively.*


Black Women PrEP Too is a virtual campaign that seeks to encourage, educate, and embolden Women of Color to take initiative in their sexual health journey by changing the stigma around HIV, STDs/STIs, and Sexual Reproductive Health. This campaign will hoist the voices of marginalized communities that are often silenced and empower them to share their message of why Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is essential to their sexual health routine.

This campaign is asking its participants to share their stories such that we can encourage 100 new patients prescribed PrEP through the medical provider. As an organization, our mission is to do our part to ensure that we are supporting our community of peers.

If you are interested in PrEP, but feel like you need more information or more support, Mystkue is now offering free PrEP navigation services. Complete the form below to schedule a consultation and become one action closer to putting some PrEP in your step.

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Pre-exposure Prophylaxis is a preventive medication for all persons who are sexually active and currently HIV negative. This medicine, when taken routinely, prevents the transmission of HIV by more than 99%. For individuals who inject drugs, Prep can reduce the transmission by 74%*.

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*Data adopted from CDC and AidsVu Sites

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