Boston Globe by Tyler Wray
In a fast-evolving fight against HIV, public-health workers have a powerful new ally: Most Americans at risk of contracting the virus carry powerful smartphones that they check again and again over the course of the day.
In recent years, we’ve seen revolutionary advances in HIV prevention that could help us achieve a sustained decline in new infections and envision an end of the epidemic. Smartphones can help us make the most of those advances. READ MORE