So what is PrEP? Essentially, it is a pre-exposure treatment (brand name Truvada) containing the medicines tenofovir and emtricitabine, which together help prevent the HIV virus taking hold and spreading. HIV as we know is particularly fucking nasty - destroying the white blood cells known as T-Cells and in turn reprogramming and replicating them, which then (if untreated) leads to severely weakened immune systems for PLWH (People Living with HIV). Without calling upon a science degree - (which I don't have) - in layman terms, the treatment allows for a coating around the cellular structure, which in turn stops the HIV virus from entering the cells and establishing infection.
Note: This entire article could probably be summarised in the following way: ‘When you ghost someone, you make them feel like sh*t’. There is, however, a minimum word count enforced, so let's explore further...
Borstal: "A custodian institution for young offenders"
Parklands now: The site is eerily tranquil and calm despite its location, and nature has most definitely started to take over—not only were the cherry blossom trees which are dotted about the grounds flourishing during the writer's visit, ivy is gradually seeping into the vacant building. Birdsong has replaced the sounds of busy everyday life which must once have filled the area and this, along with the signs of nature thriving without limitations, is in stark contrast to the bleak look of the building itself.