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How Repealing Obamacare Could Put HIV Prevention Out of Reach for America's Poorest

How Repealing Obamacare Could Put HIV Prevention Out of Reach for America's Poorest
- The thing about PrEP, as it's commonly referred, is that it's expensive: roughly $1,500 a month without insurance (with insurance, it can cost anywhere from $0 to $500) . Peterson, a Seattle-based professor and author of “The PrEP Diaries,” gets coverage through an employer health plan, but once relied on Washington's drug assistance program (DAP), which started covering PrEP after the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid expansion began insuring people who used to go through DAP.