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Despite this, some sex workers are having unprotected sex - and taking antiretroviral drugs afterwards to cut the risk of infection.
Jane says she and other sex workers do this to earn a living since they have no other way to survive. She also says that sometimes they run to the clinic the next morning to get emergency antiretroviral drugs, which can suppress the virus if taken within 72 hours of infection and, in some cases, stop its progression. The type of antiretroviral in question is known as post-exposure prophylaxis PEP. It is intended to be used only in emergencies. For example, it is given to victims of rape if their attacker is thought to be HIV-positive or to medics who have been pricked by a potentially infected needle.
There are no definitive figures to show how well PEP works. Experts say it is far better to prevent exposure to the virus in the first place, by using condoms. These drugs are sold illegally in clinics and no one knows where the owners of the clinics get them. This hasn't stopped year-old sex worker Minisare from using PEP for more than ten times in the past two years.
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