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Two-thirds of those who want PrEP are unable to access it in England, report finds

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Two years after HIV prevention drug PrEP became available on the NHS in England, significant barriers remain for those trying to access it.

Two-thirds (65%) of those who wanted the drug were unable to get it, according to research conducted by the National AIDS Trust, Terrence Higgins Trust, PrEPster, Sophia Forum and One Voice Network.

The most common waiting time for a PrEP appointment at a sexual health clinic was 12 weeks (35%), with more than half (57%) of respondents waiting longer than this to get one.

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