We surveyed 970 PrEPX study participants to evaluate interest in switching from daily to on-demand PrEP in a study setting. Interested respondents (n = 469, 48%) more commonly reported PrEP cessation (adjusted odds ratio [aOR], 3.0; P < .001), difficulty with adherence (aOR, 1.6; P = .029), infrequent sex (aOR, 3.7; P < .001), and toxicity concerns (aOR, 2.7; P < .001).
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