Queer state representative pushes PrEP bill
But the highest risk people have to be able to get the medicine in the first place.
“The problem is there are not very many places around offering PrEP to people without insurance, so we have people coming from as far away as Gainesville and Savannah,” he said, adding that getting more clinics serving that population can go a long way toward making a dent in the epidemic.
“This legislation is a good start,” he said.
‘In my opinion, it’s common sense’