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SETAC, Puerto Vallarta’s LGBTQ Community Center, has launched a pilot counseling program through the popular gay and bisexual men social network, Grindr, offering information related to HIV, sexually-transmitted infections, PrEP, and identity- and relationship-related situations. To implement the program, a SETAC volunteer counselor goes online starting...

SETAC, Puerto Vallarta’s LGBTQ Community Center, recently welcome a new staff member, clinical psychologist Ismael Rossi, who graduated from the National University in Rosario, Argentina, and who relocated to Puerto Vallarta three months ago, along with his husband, Nicolas. “We were both faculty members in Argentina,”...

SETAC Executive Director, Paco Arjona, was interviewed for the XQ28 radio show, broadcast from Guadalajara University in Puerto Vallarta, where he talked about the implementation of the United Nations PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) program. In conversation with radio host Edgar Treviño, Arjona explained that PrEP is an...

PrEP is an abbreviation for the term pre-exposure prophylaxis. It’s the use of anti-HIV medications to keep HIV negative people from becoming infected. Taking a pill once a day can be 92 - 100 percent efficient in preventing HIV. Presently, the only PrEP medication authorized by...