Dr. Park went to Sir David Ralph’s Andrology practice to get training in UCLH London, UK. During his visit there, he was very impressed with the UK’s medicinal policy for LGBTQ patients and that’s why he tried to find a reasonable way for PrEP in Korea
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is the use of drugs to prevent disease.
This has been especially important and helpful for those who may have higher risk of HIV infection.
PrEP for HIV is not 100% bullet-proof safe (90%), thus one needs to get a test every 3 months to check their HIV status and liver/kidney function
Our clinic provides PrEP tests, prescriptions and a practical guide throughout the course. When test results and prescriptions are ready, our patient liaison will be able to help you with starting PrEP for HIV
Pragmatic solution for those who need it is what we hope to provide