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HIV Prevention Among Latina Transgender Women

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HIV Prevention Among Latina Transgender Women Who Have Sex With Men: Evaluation of a Locally Developed Intervention

Wake Forest University and its partners, Triad Health Project, and the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, will be evaluating the effectiveness of ChiCAS (Chicas Creando Acceso a la Salud or Girls Creating Access to Health), a locally developed, Spanish language small group behavioral intervention that promotes access to and participation by Hispanic/Latina transgender women who are HIV negative and who have sex with men in pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), medically supervised hormone therapy, and consistent condom use.

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Behavioral - ChiCAS

Promotes access to and participation by HIV negative Hispanic/Latina transgender women who have sex with men in PrEP, medically supervised hormone therapy, and consistent condom use.

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HIV Prevention Among Latina Transgender Women Who Have Sex With Men: Evaluation of a Locally Developed Intervention

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NCT03465852

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