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Posted by Project NEON on March 12, 2015 2:59 PM

Ever heard of PEP?

PEP (not to be confused with PrEP) is a 28-day course of HIV-medicine that can be taken after a possible exposure to HIV (condom break, needle stick, etc.). Check out Dr. Dick's article Feelin' PEPpy to get the scoop on PEP.

http://projectneon.org/learn/drdick/hiv/feelin-peppy/

Enjoy this throwback from the NEON Color Book

Posted by Project NEON on March 10, 2015 10:57 AM
Print a copy and color away!



Color Book 6.jpg

The latest from the dick doctor!

Posted by Project NEON on March 9, 2015 2:38 PM


http://projectneon.org/learn/drdick/dear-readers-your-plumber-might/

Heroin Overdoses and the Good Samaritan Law

Posted by Project NEON on March 3, 2015 11:52 AM

Source: seattletimes.com




SPD alarmed at rise in heroin overdoses reminds public about 'Good Samaritan Law'

posted March 2, 2015 on seattletimes.com


Alarmed by the number of heroin overdoses they're seeing, Seattle police are reminding the public about a Washington state law designed to curb overdose deaths.

Detective Drew Fowler said Monday on the police website that the so-called "Good Samaritan Law" offers legal protection against drug-possession charges to those who call 911 to report an overdose.


Read the full article: http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/seattle-police-alarmed-by-multiple-heroin-od-reports/

Posted by Project NEON on March 2, 2015 3:20 PM

 

What does it mean to be UNDETECTABLE? Dr. Dick explains it all:

http://projectneon.org/learn/drdick/undetectable/

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